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173rd 
annual 
report 




OF THE TOWN OFFICERS OF 



Wakefield 

Massachusetts 



including the vital Statistics for the 
year ending December thirty-first 

1984 



Wakefield Item Press, Wakefield, Mass. 



Town of Wakefield 




Population, 1975 State Census — 26,438 

1980 Federal Census - 24,871 

Congressman, 7th District — Edward J. Markey of Maiden 

Councillor, 6th District — Joseph A. Langone, III, of Boston 

Senator, 3rd Middlesex District — 

John A. Brennan, Jr., of Maiden 

State Representative, Twenty-Second Middlesex — 

Richard R. Tisei 



TOWN OFFICERS 

*Selectmen 

Eugene J. Sullivan, Jr., Chairman, 1986 
John Wally Moccia, Jr., 1985 Alfred J. Yebba, 1986 

Thomas A. Mullen, 1987 Paul V. Wheeler, 1987 

*Town Clerk 

Thelma E. Rennard, 1987 

*** Assistant Town Clerk 

Virginia L. Climo 

*Moderator 

Albert J. Turco, 1985 

*Treasurer 

Paul Lazzaro, 1986 

*Tax Collector 

Michael Martello, 1985 

**Town Accountant 

John J. McCarthy 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



*Assessors 






Term Expires 


Frederick A. Beyer, Jr. (Appointed) 


1985 


Roger A. Curran 


1985 


Robert C. Winsor (Resigned) 


1986 


Paul G. Faler 


1987 


♦Municipal Light Commissioners 




Kenneth J. Chase, Jr. 


1985 


J. Edward Surette, Jr. 


1985 


F. Leo Delory 


1986 


Gilbert J. McCarthy 


1986 


*Board of Public Works 




Dennis P. Hogan, Jr. 


1985 


James M. Scott 


1985 


Cyril R. Bode 


1986 


Joseph A. Curley 


1987 


Wayne M. Tarr 


1987 


* School Committee 




Paul J. Bettano 


1985 


Janice Poritzky 


1985 


Charles L. McCauley, Jr. 


1986 


Louis J. Racca 


1986 


H. Steven Welford, Jr. 


1986 


John B. Encarnacao 


1987 


Warren Magoon 


1987 



*Northeast Metropolitan Regional 

Vocational School Representative (4 years) 

Philip L. McAuliffe, Jr. 1985 

•Trustees, Lucius Beebe Memorial Library 

Bruce W.Campbell 1985 

PaulR. Dooley 1985 

Ruth E. Finlay 1985 

Elizabeth A. Freeman 1986 

Charles E. O'Connor 1986 

JohnB.Shevlin.Jr. 1986 

Elsie B.Donovan 1987 

Walter A. Howlett 1987 

Mary N. Vincent 1987 

•Board of Health 

A. Louis Giarmarco 1985 

Helen R. McCabe 1986 

Harry F. Lilley 19 87 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



*Town Planning Board 




Joseph S. R. Zagarella 


1985 


Hugh J. Powers (Resigned) 


1986 


Samuel A. Sacco, Jr. (Appointed) 


1986 


James T. French 


1987 


Alfred R. Yebba 


1988 


*Wakefield Housing Authority 




Arthur J. Rotondi 


1985 


Marilyn Mathias Root 


1986 


Francis A. Langone 


1987 


Mary S. Sweeney 


1989 



Rev. Robert A. Cruickshank, State Appointee 

""Constables 

Richard DeFelice 1986 

Robert A. McE achern 1 986 

Roger G. Maloney 1987 

*Registrars of Voters 

Charles R. Curley 1985 

Bertram A. Hudson 1986 

Ellen A. Lee 1987 

Thelma E . Rennard 1 987 

***Finance Committee 

Richard F. Doherty 1985 

M. Kent Fletcher 1985 

Francis C. McGrath, Jr. 1985 

Harry Petrucci 1985 

Henry F. Sampson 1985 

Arnold Canner 1986 

John F. Carney 1986 

Sharron E. Cassavant 1986 

Royal H.Evans 1986 

Olga C. Packard 1986 

Roscoe E. Irving 1987 

Richard Miranda 1987 

Alfred A. Palmerino 1987 

George A. Snow 1987 

Charles D. Willis 1987 

***Board of Appeals 

Richard D. Ellis 1985 

James H. Sen 1985 

Mark M. Curley 1986 

James E. Caffrey 1987 

F ranklin J . F otino 1987 



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***Building Board of Appeals 




Frank J. MacKay, Sr. 


1985 


James H. Sen 


1985 


William J. Benedetto 


1986 


Dominic DiGiorgio 


1986 


Charles F. Storella 


1987 


***Recreation Commission 




Robert Bisacre 


1985 


George E. Koulouris 


1985 


Nancy Cummings 


1986 


William Boodry 


1987 


J. Pierre Lamy 


1987 



Elected *** Appointed **Tenure 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



When you VOTE 

you ELECT 



Board of Public Works 



Town Treasurer - 



Tax Collector 



Planning Board- 



School Committee— 



Constables — 



Municipal Light 
Commission 



Board of Selectmen 



-Moderator 



_Town Clerk 



—Board of Assessors 



—Board of Health 



—Board of Library 
Trustees 

—Housing Authority 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



The 
Board of Selectmen 

Appoints and supervises the work of: 



Executive Secretary _ 



-Town Accountant 



Town Counsel 



Fire Chief _ 



Building Inspector. 



_ Police Chief 



Veterans Agent 



_Wire Inspector 



Sealer of Weights. 



Plumbing lnsp.__ 



Gas Piping & 
Appliance Insp. 



_ Board of Appeals 



Recreation Comm.— 



_ Retirement Board 



Election Officers _ 



Board of Registrars - 



Dir. of Civil Defense 

Various Special 
Committees Not Appoint 

ed by the Moderator 



The 
Moderator appoints 



1 ; 

Finance Committee 
Personnel Board " Special Committees 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



VOTING IN WAKEFIELD, ELECTIONS 
AND POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS 

Prepared by the League of Women Voters 

To Be A Voter, A Person Must Be 

an American citizen (native-born or naturalized) 

18 years or more in age 

a resident of Massachusetts 

a resident of Wakefield 

To Register As A Voter, A Citizen Must 

appear in person before an authorized Registrar of Voters 

When and Where to Register: 

9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday through Friday in the Town Clerk's office. 
7:00 to 8:00 P.M. Tuesday evenings in the Town Clerk's office by appoint- 
ment. Or at especially designated places in precincts, within two weeks of 
the closing of registration, scheduled by Board of Registrars and an- 
nounced in the Wakefield Item. 

However no registration takes place between the 32nd day preceding and 
the day following the State and Presidential Primaries and the State Elec- 
tions nor between the 20th day preceding and the day following the annual 
Town Election. 

Registration is permanent unless a voter moves to a new city or town or 
changes name by marriage. However, failure to respond to the Annual Census 
may result in being dropped from the list of Registered Voters, per Chapter 51 — 
Section 4. A voter, moving from one precinct to another within the town, should 
immediately notify the Registrars of the changes to assure being able to vote in 
the new precinct, otherwise he must vote in his former address. 

Registrations are administered by the Board of Registrars. The Board is 
composed of three citizens, appointed for three year terms by the Board of 
Selectmen, and the Town Clerk, who by virtue of his office, serves as clerk of the 
board. 

Polling Places 

1. Precinct 1 — Americal Civic Center 

2. Precinct 2 — Greenwood School 

3. Precinct 3 — Americal Civic Center 

4. Precinct 4 — Hurd School 

5. Precinct 5 — Franklin School 

Local elections are held annually on the first Monday in March to elect cer- 
tain officials and members of boards for their respective terms. 

Local elections are non-partisan. Write-ins are permitted, and absentee 
voting is allowed in local elections. 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



To Become a Candidate for Local Office A Citizen Must 

be a registered voter 

secure nomination papers from the Town Clerk (one set of papers for each 

office to appear on the ballot) 
obtain signatures of 50 registered voters 

* submit nomination papers with the Board of Registrars for certification 35 
days before the Town Election. File with the Town Clerk by 5 p.m. on the 28th 
day before the Town Election. 

(This places the candidate's name on the ballot officially, providing the 
papers are properly certified). 

The Town Clerk administers election. The Board of Selectmen annually in 
August appoints election officers to supervise voting at the polls. These include 
five wardens and five clerks. 

To Join a Political Party . . . 

A voter must declare his party choice as he enters the polls to vote in the 
primary elections. 

To Change or Cancel Party Enrollment . . . 

A voter may either appear in person or use the postal system to change his 
Party Designation. This may be done any time except when registration is 
closed, immediately preceding elections. 

A party member is eligible to be a delegate to his party conventions. 
Member ' ip on the town Democratic and Republican Committees is determined 
by ballot every four years at the Presidential Primary. A non-party member is 
called an "un-enrolled" voter. 

The Annual Report of the Town Officers is published each year and is 
available at the time of Town Meeting and also at the public library. The report 
includes al) financial data pertaining to the costs of town operating expenses. 

Procedure of Town Meeting . . . 

The Moderator, an elected town official, presides at town meetings. He 
begins to read the call for the meeting. Usually a motion is made to waive further 
reading of the warrant (with the exception of the constable's return which the 
law demands be read ) and the motion is carried. Articles in the warrant are taken 
up in order as they are printed in the warrant unless it is requested by a two- 
thirds vote that they be taken up otherwise. 

The recommendations of the Finance Committee are given before voters 
discuss or act upon an article. For the annual town meeting, these 
recommendations are available a week to ten days before the meeting in booklet 
form, called "Annual Appropriations", and may be obtained at the Selectmen's 
Room at Town Hall. 

Following the Finance Committees recommendations or the 
recommendations of such special department as may be permitted to make 
recommendations, the sponsor of the article is usually allowed to present his 
case. The voters may then debate the question according to rules of 
parliamentary procedure prescribed by the town's bylaws such as: 

— Stand, address the Moderator, give name and address clearly, confine 
remarks to the question mder debate and avoid personalities. 



10 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



-Speak for not more than 10 minutes at any one time, unless granted 
permission by the meeting. No voter may speak more than once on any 
question if other voters desire to be heard, and no voter may speak more than 
twice on the same question without permission of the meeting. 
— Speak not more than two minutes on any one of the following motions: 
Motion to adjourn 
Motion to lay on the table 
Motion to take from the table 
Motion to put the previous question 

(These motions only are in order when a question is under debate. 
Total time allowed for debate on each motion is six minutes). 

A two-thirds vote of the assembly is necessary on a motion which requires a 
bond issue. A vote may be reconsidered at the same session or at adjourned 
session upon two-thirds vote of the assembly. The Moderator may request a 
voter to put his motion in writing. Should seven voters doubt the accuracy of the 
Moderator's count of hands on a motion, tellers are appointed to make the count. 
The Moderator clarifies motions when they are especially complex. 

Conduct at the town meeting is further governed by the rules of practice, as 
they are pertinent to town meetings, in Cushings' Manual of Parliamentary 
Procedure. 

The Town Meeting Warrant and the Annual Report* 

The warrant is composed by the Selectmen, with articles being entered by 
request or petition. Individual voters may have an article inserted by petition. 
The Selectmen receive all petitions for the warrant, except those having to do 
with sidewalks, drainage, sewers and streets which must be submitted to the 
Board of Public Works. Signatures of ten or more registered voters are required 
on articles for annual town meetings; 100 signatures are required for articles filed 
by citizens in warrants for special town meetings. Signatures on petitions must 
be exactly as the voters' signatures appear on the voting list. Voters may 
request the advice of the Town Counsel in drawing up an article. Customarily, 
public announcement is made of the opening and the closing dates of the 
warrant. Citizens, however, may take their petitions to the Selectmen at any 
Board meeting during the year and the Selectmen will hold such articles for 
insertion in the warrant for the next town meeting. Department heads enter their 
articles by the process of request. 



*Town Meeting Warrant — A collection of articles presented by departments, 
committees and voters for consideration by voters at an annual or a special town 
meeting. 




General Government 



Reports of 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

CATV ADVISORY 

APPEALS BOARD 

PERSONNEL ADVISORY 

PLANNING BOARD 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



12 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of the Board of Selectmen 

Eugene J. Sullivan, Jr., Chairman 
Alfred J. Yebba, Secretary 
John W. Moccia, Jr. 
Thomas A. Mullen 
Paul V. Wheeler 

At the Board's organizational meeting, following the Annual Town Meeting 
in March, Eugene J. Sullivan, Jr., was elected Chairman and Alfred J. Yebba was 
elected Secretary. Other board members are John W. Moccia, Jr., Thomas A. 
Mullen, and Paul V. Wheeler. 

The powers, duties and responsibilities of the Board of Selectmen are broad- 
ly diversified in hundreds of sections of law applying directly to selectmen. 

The Town continues to operate under the Board of Selectmen-Executive 
Secretary plan of municipal administration. This plan maintains the selectmen in 
their traditional role as the elected directors of the municipality and provides for 
an administrator to carry out administrative assignments within a policy 
framework established by the Board of Selectmen. 

The broadly diversified powers, duties and responsibilities of the Board of 
Selectmen affect the functioning of all Town departments, and central coordina- 
tion is essential to an effective and efficient municipal administration. 

The Board of Selectmen and the Executive Secretary represent the Town's 
interest before governmental officials, committees and commissions at the 
various levels of government for the purpose of presenting information and 
evidence on matters which concern the Town of Wakefield. 

The necessity for effective liaison and representation between the Town, the 
Federal government, the State government and metropolitan agencies continues 
to be increasingly complex and demanding. The Town's active participation is 
necessary to the Town's responsible representation in an area of activity that in- 
volves significant financial interest as well as progressively increasing socio- 
economic impact. 

Local governments are increasingly involved in shaping the economic 
destinies of their communities. In part, this is the result of continued demand for 
costly services at a time when inflation and resistance to tax increases are stunt- 
ing revenue growth. As communities pursue economic development goals, local 
government administrators must become principal figures in the brokering of 
public and private interests in land development negotiations. 

The development of the Harvard Mills project in the rehab ilitation of the 
former Transitron Building into a multi-million dollar office building is a prime 
example of this effort. The developer was quoted as follows: "This is a great ex- 
ample of how the public and private sector can work together. This could never 
have happened without the assistance of Town Accountant-Executive Secretary 
John McCarthy." 

Another currently progressing development of research-office buildings in 
the Pleasure Island Road/ Audubon Road area is expected to take place in the 
current year. Again, this will be a multi-million dollar investment which will in- 
crease the Town's tax base. 

The Fire and Casualty Insurance Program, which extends to all municipal 
departments and provides for various types of required protection, amounted to 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 13 



a premium cost of $115,429.69. The Workers' Compensation Insurance Program 
extends coverage to all insurable departments of the Town at a premium cost of 
$170,199.81. 

The Group Insurance Program of medical, surgical, hospitalization and life 
insurance benefits, authorized for Town employees by referendum action in 
March 1958 and extended to cover employees who retired after original accep- 
tance of the legislation which provided group insurance benefits to Town 
employees (Chapter 595, Acts of 1959), continues to present the best features of 
any plan of protection for Town employees. There are presently 496 active 
employees, 218 pensioners and 129 optional medicare members in Blue Cross 
Blue Shield; 638 active employees and 266 pensioners in the life insurance pro- 
gram; 88 active employees and two pensioners in the Harvard Health 
Maintenance Organization. The gross premium cost amounts to over 
$1,572,651.33, of which amount the Town contributed $1,330,135.03. 

Chapter 763 of the Acts of the year 1965 became effective on February 16, 
1966, which constituted enactment of collective bargaining for municipalities. 
Municipal employers are prevented from (a) interfering with the right of 
employees to organize for the purpose of collective bargaining, (b) dominating or 
interfering with any employee organization, (c) discharging or discriminating 
against any employee who testified before the State Labor Relations Commis- 
sion on a certification proceeding, (d) refusing to bargain collectively in good 
faith with a designated exclusive bargaining agent, and (e) refusing to discuss 
grievances with the bargaining agent. The statute states, "the municipal 
employer shall be represented by the Chief Executive Officer, whether elected or 
appointed, or his representative or representatives." It has been determined that 
the Board of Selectmen is the Chief Executive Board in towns for the purpose of 
this statute, except as to School Department personnel. This legislation con- 
tinues a costly and complex impact on municipal administration in Massa- 
chusetts. 

Chapter 1078 of the Acts of the year 1973 has identified municipal labor con- 
tract negotiations as a matter of serious fiscal consequence. The Board of Select- 
men has long recognized the necessity for professional representation at the 
bargaining table and has continued to engage specialized legal services in this 
important relationship. Town Counsel has been authorized to engage the services 
of Special Labor Counsel, and Atty. Edward Schneider has served in this capaci- 
ty since the inception of this statute. 

Chapter 580 of the Acts of 1980, more commonly referred to as Propostion 
2V2, has developed a serious strain between the requirement for services and the 
allowable expenditure of revenue raised by real estate taxes. This dichotomy is 
being further exasperated by its compounding effect. 

The Data Processing Division is continuing on a plan of adapting manual 
methods, as are cost effective, to internal computer systems. 

The real estate system, which encompasses property records, bills and cash 
posting, was transferred from an outside computer service bureau to in-house. 
The transfer resulted in reduced costs and greater efficiency. Systems that have 
been previously converted include the Town's payroll, retired pension payments, 
accounts payable, motor vehicle excise tax collection, water billing, and ap- 
propriation and classification ledger. 

The Town's Manual General Accounting System is scheduled to be con- 
verted to the Revised Uniform Municipal Accounting System on the in-house 
system during the next fiscal year. Further efficiency is anticipated. 



14 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

The Town operates a Data General Eclipse computer with eight tv-like 
display terminals that are used in various Town departments to process daily ac- 
tivities. 

The Board observed with regret the deaths of the following active and 
retired employees: 

Angelo Lusignolo — School Department 

Glen Melton — Public Works Department 

Ethel Traunstein — Library Department 

John Henigar — Public W T orks Department 

William Young — Fire Department 

Georgette Clark — Town Clerk's Department 

George Brown — Public Works Department 

Merritt Tenney — Fire Department 

Appointments made by the Board of Selectmen at the organizational 
meeting in March 1984: 

Building Inspector — David D. Cardillo 

Wire Inspector — Robert S. Riley 

Sealer of Weights & Measures — Pasquale J. Carisella 

Plumbing-Gas Inspector — Frederick J. DeVries 

Fire Inspector — Walter V. Maloney, Jr. 

Lock-up Keeper — William R. Connors 

Constable — William R. Connors 

Veterans' Agent — Richard J. McGrail 

Clerk to the Board of Selectmen — Susan M. Zappala 

Special Police Officer — J. Merritt Wenzel 

Fence Viewer — Sabatino Benedetto 

Dog Officer/Animal Inspector — Brian E. Paiva 

Director of Civil Defense — William P. Hurton 

Sweetser Lecture Committee — Eugene J. Sullivan, Jr., Alfred J. Yebba, 
John W. Moccia, Jr., Thomas A. Mullen, Paul V. Wheeler 

Committee on Election Procedures — Eugene J. Sullivan, Jr., Mario L. 
Simeola, John J. McCarthy 

Certified Weighers — Paul Taylor, Thomas Labriola, Cynthia White, 
Stephen Cox, Kevin LaRocco 

Cable Television Advisory Committee — L. Douglas Frazier, Elinor C. 
Klasky, David T. Spadafora, Eric Reid, Sabatino Benedetto, John L. Harrington, 
James H. Meuse, Patricia A. Maher, Joseph B. Bertrand 

Board of Appeals — Franklin J. Fotino, Walter Howlett (Alternate) 

Building Code Board of Appeals — Charles F. Storella 

Council on Aging — Helen McCabe, Nancy Smith, Richard J. Blank 

Recreation Commission — William J. Boodry, Jr., J. Pierre Lamy 

Registrar of Voters — Ellen A. Lee 

Executive Secretary — John J. McCarthy 

Subsequently the following were appointed: 

Civil Defense Scuba Divers — Frederick Pfeil, Ronald N. Brennan, John 
Daniels, David Wooldridge, Norman Despres 

Fair Housing Committee — Barbara L. Miller, Patricia Odjaghian 

Conservation Commission — Gertrude M. Spaulding, Robert N. Brownson, 
Stephen A. Casazza 

Voting Precinct Study Committee — John F. Carney, John J. Murphy, Jr., 
David B. Cameron, J. Merritt Wenzel, Bertram A. Hudson, Harry J. Petrucci 



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Sweetser Lecture Advisory Committee — Rita Elmer, Dorothy Bell, David 
Cameron, Dr. Albert Guay, Dr. Turner Lewis, Serena Murley, Ruth Finlay, Mark 
Sardella, Joseph Spear, A. Brooks Russell, Dr. Richard J. Blank, Richard D. 
Barker, Susan Kilkelly 

Economic Development Council — Henry R. Razzaboni 

Assistant Dog Officer (Part-time) — David W. Brown 

Historical Commission — Patricia A. Carisella, Henry B. McConville, Dana 
Sawyer, Neil F. O'Neil, Peter J. Scott, William R. Spaulding, Robert C. Winsor 

The following were elected by a joint meeting of the Board of Selectmen and 
the remaining members of the Boards where the vacancies occurred: 

Board of Assessors — Frederick A. Beyer 

Planning Board — Samuel A. Sacco 

Promoted to Police Sergeant — Thomas E. MacHenry 

Lt. Thomas R. Campbell was appointed Administrative Assistant to the 
Chief of Police 

Thelma E. Rennard, Town Clerk, was appointed Municipal Census Super- 
visor 

Walter V. Maloney, III and Michael J. Sullivan were appointed provisional 
firefighters. 

The following resignations were accepted with regret: 
Philip H. DePasquale — Cable Television Advisory Committee 
Elinor L. Coggin — Deputy Warden at Election Precinct Two 
Anne Ring — Teller at Election Precinct Two 
William Dalton — Assistant Dog Officer (part-time) 
Mary M. Egan, Fred A. Norris — Conservation Commission 
Gertrude Gerrish — Teller at Election Precinct Two 
Alexander J. Struzziero — Economic Development Council 
Kenneth Elliott — Assistant Dog Officer (part-time) 
Barbara L. Miller — Fair Housing Committee 
Robert Connell — Council on Aging 

The Board observed with regret the deaths of the following citizens who con- 
tributed unselfishly of themselves to the service of Town government: 
Fred N. Coggin — Warden at Election Precinct Two 
Merritt H. Tenney — Warden at Election Precinct Four 
Mary M. Egan — Chairperson of the Conservation Commission 
The Board approved the following rates for temporary loans in anticipation 
of tax revenue, state and/ or federal grants or reimbursements for Chapter 90 con- 
struction: 

4.78% for $500,000; 5.45% for $500,000; 5.77% for $500,000; 5.45% for 
$500 000; 5.18% for $500,000; 4.21% for $500,000; 5.45% for $1,000,000; 5.94% 
for $3,000,000; 5.80% for $250,000; 5.97% for $500,000; 6.00% for $2,750,000; 
6.70% for $114,688.64; 5.60% for $500,000; 5.69% for $3,000,000. 



16 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of the Board of Appeals 

The Wakefield Board of Appeals, a quasi-judicial body with three members 
and three alternates appointed by the Board of Selectmen, operates under the 
Zoning Bylaws of the Town of Wakefield and under Chapter 40A of the General 
Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

The Board of Appeals held hearings on a total of 42 Petitions during 1984. Of 
these Petitions, 25 were approved, 6 were denied, 9 were withdrawn, and 2 are 
awaiting decisions. The majority of the Petitions were requests for variances, 
although several requests for Special Permits were acted on by the Board. 

Attorney Mark M. Curley served as Chairman of the Board for the year, and 
Attorney James Caffrey served as alternate attorney. Other Board members are 
James Sen and Franklin J. Fotino. Alternates are Richard Ellis and Walter 
Howlett. Mrs. Ethel Bisacre served as Secretary of the Board. 

Respectfully submitted, 

MARK M. CURLEY, Chairman 
JAMES CAFFREY, Alternate Chairman 
JAMES SEN, Member 
FRANKLIN J. FOTINO, Member 
RICHARD ELLIS, Alternate 
WALTER HOWLETT, Alternate 



Report of 

Wakefield CATV 

Advisory Committee 

This Committe maintains P.O. Box 1710 in order to receive subscriber com- 
plaints and mail concerning public access programming. Warner-Amex report 
5042 subscribers in December 1984, most of whom do not complain any more 
about billing or signal quality. Reaching Warner-Amex by telephone, difficult for 
all in summer of 1983, is easy now since Warner-Amex installed a new telephone 
system. 

The Committe met eighteen times in 1984 and twice with the Board of Select- 
men. At the March meeting, in response to a committee compiled tentative list of 
14 violations of the contract, Warner-Amex stated they would not supply the 
home security system but would try for the others; indeed that evening the 
mobile van showed up for the first time. The Committee later examined the van 
in detail; it has yet to accept this van. 

The Committee is grateful to Robert Bennett, Audio-Visual Director at 
Wakefield High School, for his expert advice and time and effort in examing this 
van, the high school studio (local origination) and the Water Street Warner- 
Amex studio (public access). He aided a subcommittee consisting of James 
Meuse, Eric Reid, and new member Patricia Maher in compiling a point by point 
comparison of the contract with what was actually received. The Committee ap- 
proved this report and referred it to the Board of Selectmen in November who 



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gave the Committee permission to negotiate with Warner-Amex. (Town Counsel 
may be exploring legal avenues.) 

After a recent change in Warner-Amex management and a new office in 
Medford, this Committee, at this writing, has a positive feeling that the various 
questions can be resolved and adequate compensation can be found for the 
absence of the home security network. 

Late last year local programming began and classes for (local) public access 
producers began. This Committee's duties include disbursing, subject to ap- 
proval of the Board of Selectmen, the Local Programming Fund; this fund is 
replenished by Warner-Amex every year in a lump sum of $15,000. $9,547.18 has 
been allocated in 1984. The Committee praised Barbara Bishop, former Warner- 
Amex Public Access Coordinator, for her efforts in seeing public access off to a 
good start. With the Board of Selectmen's support, a precedent has been set for 
free speech. Now active is POWA, the Producers of Wakefield Association. 

Committee members have attended meetings of the consortium of CATV 
Committees in Warner-Amex served communities and also conferences spon- 
sored by the Mass. Cable TV Commission. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOSEPH B. BERTRAND, Chairman 
JAMES H. MEUSE, Vice-Chairman 
ELINOR C. KLASKY, Secretary 
ERIC REID, Financial Secretary 
SABATINO BENEDETTO 
L. DOUGLAS FRAZIER 
JOHN L. HARRINGTON 
PATRICIA ANN MAHER 
DAVID T. SPADAFORA 
TOM MULLEN, Liaison from Board 
of Selectmen 

Report of the 
Personnel Advisory Committee 

The Personnel Advisory Committee (PAC), established in 1978, presently 
consists of five members appointed by the Moderator. 

The PAC's role is to provide personnel policy recommendations and 
guidance to the Board of Selectmen and the Personnel Administrator as well as 
reviewing policy guidelines with respect to collective bargaining. 

The Committee continues its active involvement in the Town's collective 
bargaining process. The Town of Wakefield, excluding Schools, negotiates with 
seven employee unions representing more than 90% of the total eligible Town 
employees. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Personnel Advisory Committee 

ANTHONY J. PIETRAFITTA, JR., Chairman 

HENRY C. ANZALONE, Vice-Chairman 

HELEN BOULAY 

RICHARD CARDILLO 

JACQUELYN MAHER 



18 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of the 
Town Planning Board 

The Town Planning Board is made up of an elected five member board. They 
have jurisdiction over matters concerning the subdivision of Land and the 
regulation of the use of land and the construction of buildings within the Zoning 
Bylaws. 

In 1984 the Planning Board experienced substantial activity in regard to re- 
quests to subdivide land and there were many inquiries from the Town Treasurer 
regarding the disposition of Town land for which the Board made appropriate 
recommendations. 

Among the activities conducted were 16 regular meetings, 8 Public Hearings 
and one Board of Survey Hearing. The Planning Board, acting as a Board of 
Survey, approved the layout of Shady Avenue. During the year the Board 
reviewed and approved four subdivisions for a total of eighty house lots. The four 
subdivisions are Jordan Terrace (8), Colette Road (6), Orsini Drive Extension (19) 
and Montrose Woods (47). 

Mr. Vincent J. Cardillo was re-elected to serve a second five year term on the 
Board at the 1984 Annual Town Election. 

At the Board's annual re-organization meeting, Mr. James T. French was 
elected chairman, Mr. Alfred R. Yebba was elected vice-chairman, and Atty. 
Hugh J. Powers was elected secretary. Mr. Michael T.Collins was re-appointed 
consulting engineer. 

Atty. Hugh J. Powers resigned from the Planning Board in September to ac- 
cept an appointment to the position of Corporate Counsel to a leading computer 
company. Mr. Vincent J. Cardillo was elected secretary to succeed Atty. Powers. 

At a joint meeting of the Planning Board and the Board of Selectmen, Mr. 
Samuel A. Sacco was unanimously elected to fill the vacancy on the Planning 
Board. 

Mr. James T. French was elected President of the Massachusetts Federation 
of Planning Boards at its annual meeting in October. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Town Planning Board 
JAMES T. FRENCH, Chairman 
ALFRED R. YEBBA, Vice-Chairman 
VINCENT J. CARDILLO, Secretary 
JOSEPH S. R. ZAGARELLA 
SAMUEL A. SACCO 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 19 



Report of Board of Assessors 

A. Tax Rate Recapitulation Fiscal 1984 

1 . Total Amount to be Raised $24,583,346. 

2. Total Estimated Receipts and Revenue from Other Sources 8,243,346. 

3. Net Amount to be Raised by Taxation $16,340,000. 

CLASS LEVY % LEVY CLASS VALUATION RATES 

Residential 70.8950 $11,584,243.00 $547,113,100. 21.17 

Open Space .4012 65,556.08 3,096,025. 21.17 

Commercial 18.3622 3,000,383.48 104,916,200. 28.60 

Industrial 9.0522 1,479,129.48 51,722,100. 28.60 

Pers. Property 1.2894 210,687.96 7,367,125. 28.60 

4. School Rate — Residential 11.22 General Rate — Residential 9.95 
School Rate - C. & I. 15.16 General Rate - C. & I. 13.44 

B. Betterments, Special Assessments & Water Liens 

ABC 

Amount Comm. Total 

Interest 

1. Water Liens $43,271.77 - $43,271.77 

2. Sewer Betterments 15,412.27 5,362.72 20,774.99 

3. Street & Sidewalk 

Betterments 20,070.55 7,298.83 27,369.38 

4. Water Betterments 234.21 74.26 308.47 

5. Light Liens 20,118.18 - 20,118.18 

6. Total Column (C) $ 111,842.79 

7. Total Taxes and Assessments 

Committed to Collector (A3 + B6) $16,451,842.79 

C. Motor Vehicle Excise 

1 . Number of Motor Vehicles and Trailers Assessed in 1984 23,938 

2. Valuation of Motor Vehicles and Trailers Assessed in 1984 46,967,500.00 

3. Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes Levied in 1984 1,005,378.72 

Respectfully submitted, 

Board of Assessors 
ROGER A. CURRAN, Chairman 
FREDERICK A. BEYER, JR., Secretary 
PAUL G. FALER 



I POL»C£ 
D£TPT 





Protection of Persons 
and Property 



Report of 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 

FOREST WARDEN 

CIVIL DEFENSE 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Gas Inspector 

Plumbing Inspector 

Wire Inspector 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

DOG OFFICER 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 2 1 



Report of the Chief of Police 

YEAR 1984 

Number of arrests 1 q^q 

Number of arrests on warrants 126 

Number of arrests without warrants 1,194 

Number of arrests on capias 23 

Number of arrests on default warrants 41 

Number of summons served 262 

Males 1,500 

Females 146 

Residents 610 

Non-Residents 1,036 

AUTOMOBILE LAWS, VIOLATIONS OF 

Causing personal injury to person 2 

Causing property damage 7 

Failing to stop on signal of officer 17 

Improper lights 15 

Improper plates 14 

Mechanical signal, not stopping 15 

Not keeping to right of way 51 

One-way street, violation of 9 

Operating after revocation of license 1 1 

Operating after suspension of license 20 

Operating failing to slow down at intersection 2 

Operating no registration 14 

Operating so as to endanger 22 

Operating speeding 96 

Operating under the influence 282 

Operating with unnecessary noise 8 

Operating without license 79 

Operating without official inspection 13 

Parking violation 4 

School bus violation 1 

Stop sign — not stopping 31 

Uninsured car 55 

Unregistered car 53 

Using without authority 13 

All other motor vehicle violations 79 

FOR THE FOLLOWING CRIMES 

Arrested for other officers 95 

Assault and battery 13 

Assault with dangerous weapon 7 

Breaking, entering and larceny in the nighttime 7 

B reaking, entering in the nighttime, attempt to commit 3 

Breaking, entering and larceny in the daytime 7 

Burglar tools in possession 4 

Carrying dangerous weapon 5 

Child-in-need — service-care 8 



22 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Children 




Delinquent 


26 


Non-support 


12 


Delinquency, contributing to 


3 


Exposing person 


3 


Health law, violation of 


1 


Idle and disorderly 


4 


Indecent Assault 


1 


Larceny 


64 


Murder, assault with intent to commit 


1 


Narcotic drug laws, violation of 


122 


Probation, violation of 


9 


Rape 


1 


Receiving stolen property 


17 


Revolver, carrying without a license 


6 


Robbery, armed 


1 


Trespass 


21 


Uttering 


3 


Wilfully and maliciously injury property 


15 


Violation 209A order 


5 


Open container of alcohol 


137 


Unleashed dog 


21 


Assault and battery on police officer 


21 


Possession of firearm 


2 


Larceny of motor vehicle 


8 


Breaking and entering into motor vehicle 


2 


Drinking in public 


14 


Minor in possession of alcohol 


44 


Procuring liquor for minor 


2 


Possession of fireworks 


1 


Disturbing the peace 


5 


Open & gross lewdness 


1 


False statement 


2 


Immigration laws 


4 


Boat violation 


1 


Non payment of wages 


3 


Parking violation 


1 


HOW DISPOSED OF 




Bridgewater State Hospital 


2 


Continued 


817 


Defaulted 


87 


Delivered to other officers 


96 


Dismissed 


104 


House of correction 


11 


Insane hospital 


7 


Placed on file 


112 


Probation 


21 


Released 


4 


Restitution 


3 


Youth Service Board, committed to 


1 


Not guilty 


2 


OUI program 


85 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



23 



14 

10 

41 

2 

37 

8 

46 

13 

28 

2 

8 

25 

2 

2 

22 

12 

9 

3 

4 

4 

1 

1 



AMOUNT OF FINES IMPOSED 
BY THE COURT 

at $ 15.00 
at 20.00 

at 25.00 

at 30.00 

at 35.00 

at 40.00 

at 50.00 

at 75.00 

at 100.00 
at 45.00 

at 62.50 

at 65.00 

at 72.50 

at 77.50 

at 115.00 

at 125.00 

at 140.00 

at 150.00 

at 215.00 

at 250.00 

at 300.00 

at 395.00 



294 



Total 



MISCELLANEOUS REPORT 
Accidents reported 
Amount of lost property recovered 
Amount of stolen property recovered 
Bicycles found 
Broken wires reported 
Buildings found open and secured 
Burglary (false alarm) 
Complaints and cases investigated 
Defects in gas pipes reported 
Defects in hydrants reported 
Defects in streets and sidewalks reported 
.Detail for private or public assemblages 
Drowning 

Fires discovered and alarm given 
Gun shot wounds 
Medical examiner cases 
Obstructions removed from the street 
Officers at fires 
Persons missing 

Traffic signs put out on dangerous places 
Annoying and obscene calls 
Water Dept. calls taken 
Messages delivered 
False alarm of fire 
Accidents investigated by police 

NUMBER OF DUTY CALLS 



$ 210.00 
200.00 

1,025.00 
60.00 

1,295.00 
320.00 

2,300.00 
975.00 

2,800.00 

90.00 

500.00 

1,625.00 
145.00 
155.00 

2,530.00 

1,500.00 

1,260.00 
450.00 
860.00 

1,000.00 
300.00 
395.00 

$19,995.00 

506 

$3,075.00 

$397,550.00 

35 

49 

95 

806 

2,220 

4 

2 

9 

864 

1 

34 

1 

18 

3 

68 

39 

2 

65 

39 

5 

30 

269 

39,060 



24 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Number of Ambulance cases 841 

Miles covered by 92 Automobile 12,990 

Miles covered by 94 Automobile 10,570 

Miles covered by 95 Automobile 13,888 

Miles covered by 96 Automobile 39,925 

Miles covered by 97 Automobile 57,627 

Miles covered by Motorcycle MC No. 1 3,265 

Miles covered by Motorcycle MC No. 2 5,696 

Miles covered by Car 91 47,726 

Total Mileage for all Vehicles 191,687 



Report of the Parking Clerk 

1. Tickets issued 3,393 

2. Tickets paid 2,130 

3. Tickets unpaid 1,263 

4. Fines collected through court action 1,378 

5. Total of fines collected (including court) $31,040.75 



Report of Chief of Fire Department 

The following report of the Wakefield Fire Department for the year 1984. 

Box Alarms 
Still Alarms 

Total 

Service Calls 

Investigations 

Medical Emergency/ Accidents 

Brush/Rubbish Fires 

Mutual Aid Responses 

Vehicle Fires 

False Alarms 

Building Fires 

Multiple Alarm Fires in 1984 

3 Alarms Box 21 on January 12, 1984^ 

3 Alarms Box 5914 on August 10, 1984 
Mutual Aid Sent 99 

Melrose 63, Stoneham 16, Lynnfield 10, 

Reading 4, Maiden 2, Lynn 2, Saugus 1, 

Peabody 1 
Mutual Aid Received 74 

Reading 22, Melrose 19, Stoneham 19, 

Lynnfield 11, North Reading 2, Saugus 1 





476 




1,551 




2,027 


588 


29% 


571 


28% 


439 


• 22% 


154 


8% 


99 


5% 


68 


3% 


63 


3% 


45 


2% 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 







EQUIPMENT USED 


Booster Hose 






WHose 






l 3 / 4 "Hose 






2 Ys" Hose 






3" Hose 






Forestry Hose 






Air Masks 






Smoke Ejectors 




Salvage 






Extinguishers 






Ladders Raised 


I 






APPARATUS RESPONSE 


Unit 


Box 


Stills 


Engine 1 


341 


518 


Engine 2 


385 


338 


Engine 3 


116 


103 


Engine 4 


31 


29 


Engine 5 


27 


22 


Ladder 1 


362 


269 


Ladder 2 


3 


2 


Car 6 


19 


390 



25 



35,380 feet 

6,800 feet 

200 feet 

3,900 feet 

5,150 feet 

1,300 feet 

61 

47 

7 

24 

1,967 feet 



Total 

859 

723 

219 

60 

49 

631 

5 

409 



% 
42% 
36% 
11% 

3% 

1% 
31% 

1% 
20% 



DISTRICT RESPONSES 1984 
Downtown/Junction District 
Montrose District 
West Side District 
Greenwood District 



46% 
19% 
18% 

17% 



PERSONNEL 

In 1984 the Fire Department consisted of a Chief, four (4) Captains, four (4) 
Lieutenants, forty-three (43) Firefighters, and one (1) female clerk. 

The Department works a forty-two (42) hour work week, comprising of four 
(4) groups. Three groups consisting of thirteen (13) men and one group consisting 
of twelve (12) men. 

Firefighter Robert Sampson was given a six month leave of absence during 
the year by the Board of Selectmen, for personal reasons. 

The Board of Selectmen appointed Walter V. Maloney, III and Michael 
Sullivan, Provisional Firefighters from a certified Civil Service list to fill the 
vacancy of Firefighter Robert Sampson. 

FIRE PREVENTION 

Quarterly Fire Drills and Inspections were conducted in public and private 
schools, nursing homes, hotels, boarding and lodging houses and inns^as re- 
quired by State Law. 

During the year 1984, the Department conducted 486 in service inspections 
of commercial, industrial, and residential properties. 

Three hundred eighty (380) inspections were conducted and approved for ear- 
ly fire warning (smoke detectors) systems in new and existing properties. 

A total of 288 permits were issued under State Fire Prevention Regulations. 



26 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

TRAINING 

The Department schedules daily training programs on various Fire Depart- 
ment operations. 

6 department members completed a refresher course for Emergency Medical 
Technician recertification. 

A course in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for all Department 
members was conducted during the year as required under the First Responder 
Law. 

A course was conducted by the Massachusetts Fire Academy for all officers 
in training Department members on various Firefighter programs. 

Eight (8) Department members attended a seminar on Hazardous Material 
familiarization. 

A representative of Distrigas of Massachusetts presented a three hour train- 
ing program on Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) to all Department members. 

Massachusetts Fire Academy conducted two day courses on Pumps and 
Hydraulics for Department members. 

FIRE ALARM 
FIRE, POLICE, TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEMS 

The year 1984 has been a busy one for the fire alarm division, an extensive 
project at the Harvard Mills Complex, the relocation and converting to an 
underground cable system within the area has been undertaken and will be com- 
pleted in 1985. 

Old and obsolete fire alarm boxes continue to be replaced, four new fire alarm 
master boxes have been added to the signal system, cable replacement of the fire 
alarm wires on the east side of town is underway. 

Repair and maintenance of the traffic signals have been made during the 
course of the year. 

APPARATUS & VEHICLES 

1980 Ford Pick-Up 

1979 Mack 1,000 GPM Pumper 

1979 Chevrolet Sedan 

1975 Maxim 1,250 GPM Pumper 

1975 Maxim 100' Aerial Ladder 

1967 International 750 GPM Pumper (Reserve) 

1960 Mack 750 GPM Pumper 

1956 Mack 750 GPM Pumper (Reserve) 

1955 American LaFrance 85' Aerial Ladder (Reserve) 

Town Meeting of December 10, 1984 appropriated $160,000.00 to purchase a 
new 1,250 GPM Pumper, which will take approximately 9 months before 
delivery. 

Mr. Henry Rufo serves as Master Mechanic in maintenance of Fire Depart- 
ment apparatus and equipment. 

I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to all Department 
members and the Auxiliary Department for their cooperation and assistance dur- 
ing the year 1984. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALTER V. MALONEY, JR. 

Chief of Fire Department 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 27 



Report of Forest Warden 

During the year 1984, there were a total of 127 woods and brush fires. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WALTER V. MALONEY, JR. 
Forest Warden 



Report of 
Director of Civil Defense 

The Civil Defense Department continues to function under the general direc- 
tion and control of the Board of Selectmen as is required under the provisions of 
Chapter 639 of the Acts of the year 1950. 

The Auxiliaries of Fire and Police continue under the jurisdiction of the 
Chiefs of Fire and Police. Operation of the Civil Defense Rescue Truck has been 
available for both Fire and Police calls. 

Chief Radio Officer J. Henry Sleeper, Communications Officer, has remained 
effective throughout the past year. Alerts and Checkerboard Tests emanating 
from State Civil Defense Headquarters have been responded to. 

The Director and all members of the Auxiliaries serve on a volunteer basis. A 
part-time office clerk is the only paid employee. 

On June 28 of 1984 Governor Michael S. Dukakis signed a new Executive 
Order dealing with all types of emergencies, and endorsing the concept of Com- 
prehensive Emergency Management. CEM is a cornerstone of Civil Defense 
preparedness program. 

Throughout 1984 both Auxiliaries worked in close cooperation with the Fire 
and Police Departments. Auxiliary Fire totalled general manhours of 2646.50 
and new rescue manhouses of 6600.00. Auxiliary Police assignments included 
traffic control, parades, road races and training sessions including firearms prac- 
tice. Both units thereby aiding the efficiency of the regular Fire and Police 
Departments. 

Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM P. HURTON 
Director of Civil Defense 



28 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of the 
Building Department 

Report of all Divisions of the Building Department for the year 1984 are as 
follows: 



BUILDING DIVISION 




Building permits granted 


370 


Building inspections made 


1,077 


Inspections with State Inspector 


20 


Inspections with Fire Chief 


29 


Complaints investigated 


109 


Inspections of fire jobs 


4 


Complaints investigated regarding zoning bylaws 


58 


Sign inspections 


28 


Shingle permits issued 


26 


Sidewalk and sign permits issued 


30 


Buildings razed 


6 


New dwellings 


47 


Swimming pool permits issued 


47 


Multiple dwellings inspected 


16 


Certificate of occupancy permits issued 


79 


Inspection certificates issued 


103 


Lodging house inspections 


6 


Nursing home inspections 


6 


Public school inspections 


10 


Nursery school inspections 


5 


Permits refused 


44 


Hotel inspections made 


2 


Wood stove permits issued 


37 



Permit fees collected $29,732. 

Total valuation of permits granted $8,158,608. 

PERMIT VALUATIONS FOR LAST SIX YEARS 

1979 $7,802,608. 1982 $3,587,209. 

1980 5,649,895. 1983 8,155,158. 

1981 6,513,442. 1984 8,158,608. 

GAS DIVISION 

Permits granted 249 

Inspections made 223 

Inspections approved 193 

Installations not passing inspection 5 

I nstallations corrected and passed 5 

Meetings with pipe fitters or plumbers on the job 30 

Complaints investigated 3 

Permit fees collected $1,067. 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 2 9 



PLUMBING DIVISION 




Permits granted 


299 


Inspections made 


1,094 


Number of fixtures installed 


1,543 


Bath tubs 


127 


Lavatories 


323 


Water closets 


314 


Showers 


57 


Sinks 


153 


Laundry trays 


17 


Tankless 


24 


Disposals 


43 


Dishwashers 


52 


Washing machines 


55 


Urinals 


29 


Drinking fountains 


18 


Water heaters 


179 


Sewer connections 


3 


Miscellaneous 


150 



Permit fees collected $3,032. 

WIRING DIVISION 

Permits granted 569 

Inspections made 757 

Inspections approved 736 

Temporary service permits 21 

Temporary approval — service only new dwellings 40 

Change in service, two to three wire 17 

Permits for larger three wire service 121 

Permits for commercial light and power service 19 

Installations not passing inspection 24 

Installations corrected and passed 22 

Meetings on jobs with electricians 46 

Inspections made with Fire Chief 10 

I nspections requested by Municipal Light Department 10 

Inspections requested by Fire Department 7 

Inspections after fire damage 1 

Inspections of nursery schools 4 

I nspections of nursing homes 4 

Inspections of public schools 5 

I nspections of public buildings 5 

Lodging house inspections 6 

Hotel inspections 3 

Complaints inspected 9 

Permit fees collected $4,146.75 

Respectfully submitted, 

DAVID D. CARDILLO 

Building Inspector/Building Department 



30 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of Sealer of 
Weights & Measures 

Adjusted Sealed 



Scales 






Over 10,000 lbs. 




7 


5,000 to 10 K 




1 


100 to 5,000 lbs. 




11 


Under 100 lbs. 


5 


22 


Under 10 pounds 




51 


VV GlgllLb 

Avoirdupois 


. 


20 


Apothecary 




40 


Gasoline Meters 


10 


134 


Vehicle Tanks (oil trucks) 


6 


14 


Bulk Storage 




3 


Totals 


21 


303 



Inspected 333 pounds of meat, bread, butter, potatoes, and milk. Inspected 
14 cords of wood. Re-examined 12 gasoline pumps. 

P.J. CARISELLA 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 



Report of the Dog Officer 
and Animal Inspector 

This is my report as Dog Officer/Animal Inspector for the year 1984. 



Stray dogs picked up 


139 


Stray dogs disposed of 


56 


Stray adopted 


8 


Stray dogs returned 


73 


Leash Law Violations 


201 


Stray cats picked up 


4 


Stray cats disposed of 


4 


Injured dogs picked up 


28 


Quarantines issued 


9 


Dead animals picked up 


567 


Complaints answered 


3,876 


Court hearings 


22 




KENNETH J. STACHE 




Dog Officer and Animal Inspector 




Health and Welfare 



Report of 

HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

VETERANS' SERVICES 

COUNCIL ON AGING 

HOUSING AUTHORITY 



32 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of the Board of Health 

A Flu Clinic was held in October 1984. Total doses of flu vaccine — 1100 — a 
decrease of 29 doses from 1983. Distribution of various vaccines — 9840 doses — 
6% increase from 1983. 

The following cases were reported during the year: 

Animal Bites 12 

Chicken Pox 9 

Hepatitis * 4 

Mumps 1 

Pleural T.B. 18 

Premature Baby Evaluations 10 

Psittacosis (Parrot Fever) ' 1 

Salmonellosis 8 

Streptococcal Infections 17 

Meningitis 3 

Meningo Encephalitis 1 

A listing of the Permits and Licenses issued for the year 1984 and the money 



received for them is as follows: 



Burial Permits 


99 


Funeral Directors 


7 


Milk-Retail 


26 


Ice Cream 


4 


Food Establishments 


42 


Temporary Food Establishment 


3 


Registration 


17 


Temporary Registration 


2 


Offensive Trades 


9 


Massage 


2 


Public Swimming Pools 


8 


Mobile Food Service 


6 


Catering 


6 


Temporary Catering 


16 


Total 





Inspections: 

Restaurant Inspections 

Retail Food Inspections 

Housing Inspections of 707 State Sanitary Code 

Ice Cream Plants 

Plan Reviews 

The following complaints were received and investigated: 
Rubbish 
Rodents 

Sub-Surface Dispoal Units 
Miscellaneous 
Referred to Other Department(s) 



$ 198.00 

140.00 

52.00 

100.00 

2,100.00 

30.00 

425.00 

20.00 

22.00 

50.00 

300.00 

200.00 

225.00 

90.00 

$3,952.00 



90 
31 
12 
4 
74 



51 

9 

24 

195 

24 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 33 



The Wakefield Board of Health during the year 1984 has continued to focus- 
in on "Health Prevention" through the increase of immunization, public clinics 
and sewering of a large portion of the previously unsewered areas of Dillaway 
Street, Sidney Street, Shady Avenue and Upland Road. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DR. A. LOUIS GIAMARCO, Chairman 
HELEN R. McCABE, R.N., Secretary 
HARRY F. LILLEY 
JAMES J. NUGENT, JR., Health Agent 



Report of Veterans' Services 
and Benefits 

Under Chapter 115 General Laws as amended, the Town of Wakefield is 
reimbursed seventy-five percent of all monies spent, provided that proper 
authorization from the State as to settlement, dependency and need is shown. 

Recipients expenses $34,147.00 

Recipients aided 152 

Medical cases aided 9 

Fuel cases aided 17 
Disability Compensation and 

Pension Applications 197 

Hospitalization at Veterans' Hospitals 52 

Education — House Loans — G.I. Insurance 165 

This department has recovered $6,080.70 in the past fiscal year on hens that 
we had on recipients that were aided while waiting for settlements on Industrial 
Accidents and other Insurance Claims. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD J. McGRAIL 
Veterans' Agent 
Veterans' Service Director 



34 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Report of Wakefield 
Council on Aging 

The main function of the Wakefield Council on Aging is service to the 4,800 
Senior Citizens over 60 years of age. 

SERVICES 

1. Mealsite/Senior Center — opened at Lincoln School House in January 1984. 

2. Van Service — Transportation to doctors, dentists, hospitals, therapy, 
grocery shopping, shopping, mealsite, voting and group activities. 
Transportation also provided three days a week from Geriatric Day Care 
Center. 

3. Income Tax Assistance — Free assistance given by William Gile, Norma 
Boody, and William Patriquin. 

4. Newsletter — Monthly. Paid for by the advertising it contains, the newslet- 
ter is issued 12 times a year. 

5. ID Cards — Issued to those persons 60 years of age and older. The card en- 
titles the holder to discounts at local stores, musical and athletic events at 
the High School. 

6. Job Service — The Director maintains a file of persons seeking employment 
on a part-time basis. 

7. Problem Solving — Questions pertaining to insurance, Social Security, 
home sharing, home care, eye care, 24 hour invalid care, nursing homes, 
meals on wheels, dentures, legal questions, day care for the elderly, are ask- 
ed and referrals are made to the proper agencies for assistance. 

8. Publicity — All Council activities are publicized through the Wakefield 
Item, the Shoppers' News and the Council Newsletter. 

9. Fuel Assistance Program — The Director gives information and works with 
the Federal Fuel Assistance Program for needy elders. 

10. Invalid Appliances — The Council office provides wheel chairs, canes, 
walkers, and other appliances on loan. 

11. Free Legal Services — is provided by the Greater Boston Legal Services at 
the Council office the second Monday of the month. This is by appointment 
only. 

HEALTH SERVICES 

1. Health Clinics — were held at the First Baptist Church, the Greenwood 
Union Church, and the Council office. Visiting nurses were in attendance 
assisted by volunteers. They take blood pressures, check weight, and review 
health problems. The clinics are paid for by the Wakefield Visiting Nurse 
Association. 

2. Flu Clinics — The director arranged three clinics and supplied volunteers to 
assist the Board of Health in giving flu shots. 

3. Eye Care — Program through the Mass. Society for the Prevention of Blind- 
ness. 

4. Exercise Classes — A 6-session series of moderate exercises for the older 
person. 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 35 



EDUCATION 
1. Informative Programs — on Medex, Blue Cross Blue Shield — alcohol 
medication and stress — sponsored by Whidden Hospital. Classes in 
assorted handcrafts, line dancing, lip reading, art and rug hooking are held 
weekly. 

RECREATION 

1. Bus Trips — To Flower Show in Boston, North Shore Music Theater, River- 
side Restaurant, Middleboro, Mass., Fall River Outlets and Christmas 
lights as La Salette Shrine and 3 shopping trips to North Shore. 

2. Card Parties — Held weekly at Crystal View Apartments. 

3. Variety Shows — Held in June at St. Joseph's Hall. Entertainment and 
refreshments — Nursing Home patients were special guests. 

4. Thanksgiving Dinner — For 250 at Crystal Community Club. Dinner 
prepared by Charles Encarnacao and Club members. Served by members 
and volunteer waitresses. 

PARTICIPATION IN COMMUNITY EVENTS 

1. Wakefield Lodge of Elks hosted a cook-out in August and Thanksgiving 
Dinner and entertainment in November. 

2. YMCA has time set aside for Senior Citizens to swim. 

3. A group of Friends of the Council on Aging organized to help the Council 
purchase items not included in their budget. 

PROGRAMS FEDERALLY FUNDED WITH LOCAL ASSISTANCE 

1. Congregate Meals — were served 5 days a week at the Council on Aging 
Mealsite/Senior Center, Lincoln School House to older citizens over 60 years 
of age. Suggested donation was .85 per person. 

2. Meals on Wheels — Approximately 38 hot meals a day — 5 days a week, 
were delivered 

3. Senior Aid — provided by Mystic Valley Elder Services. This service pro- 
vides a visitor to call on those persons living alone who are depressed and in 
need of personal contact. 

GRANTS 
The Council received a grant from Mystic Valley Elder Services for $4,000 
and a Council on Aging grant from the Department of Elder Affairs for $6,724. 
These grants were used along with money raised locaUy to purchase a new senior 
citizen van. 

COUNCIL OFFICE AND STAFF 
The office is on the lower floor of the Lincoln School. 
Director of Elderly Services - Marion Whiting 
Secretary — Marguerite Buckless 
Senior Aid - Florence McCaughey 
Van Driver — Phil Mitchell 

Meals on Wheels Drivers - Mary Jordan and Al Simpson 
Meal Site Manager — Louise Faye 



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COUNCIL ON AGING MEMBERSHIP 
There have been 10 regular meetings in 1984. 
MARY GALLUCCI, Chairman DELIA GIUFFRE 

HELEN McCABE, Vice Chairman LORETTA O'BRIEN 

ELSIE FREEMAN, Secretary NANCY SMITH 

RICHARD BLANK FLORENCE TIMMINS 

Robert Connell, resigned November 13, 1984 

Report by Mary Gallucci 



Report of 
Wakefield Housing Authority 

In accordance with Chapter 121B, Section 29, of the General Laws of the 
Commonwealth a copy of this Annual Report is sent to the Executive Office of 
Communities and Development, to the Board of Selectmen of the Town of 
Wakefield, and to the office of the State Auditor. 

Four members of the Authority are elected to serve for terms of five years 
each. The elected Commissioners and the expiration of their terms of office are as 
follows: 

Chairperson Dr. Marilyn Mathias Root, 8 Forrester Road March 1986 

Vice Chairman Arthur J. Rotondi, Jr., 4 Newall Road March 1985 

Treasurer Mary S. Sweeney, 21 Salem Street March 1989 

Asst. Treasurer Francis A. Langone, 15 Chestnut Street March 1987 

The fifth Commissioner, Rev. Dr. Robert A. Cruickshank, is appointed by 
the Secretary of the Executive Office of Communities and Development for a 5 
year term which will end in June, 1987. 

Board meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month in the main of- 
fice of the Authority at 26 Crescent Street and the annual meeting is held on the 
fourth Tuesday in March. 

The Authority owns and manages three elderly housing developments: 116 
apartments at Hart's Hill completed in 1964 and 1970, respectively; 25 apart- 
ments at Lincoln School House completed in 1981, all constructed under Chapter 
667 of the Massachusetts General Laws. In addition, there are forty apartments 
at Crystal View constructed with federal funds and completed in 1980. 

In 1982, the Authority purchased three houses in Wakefield which now pro- 
vide homes for eight low income families. Funding for this program, Chapter 705, 
is through the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Our two programs of rental assistance, 707 funded by the Commonwealth, 
and Section 8, funded by the Federal Government, assist approximately 144 
families both in Wakefield and, where authorized, in other cities and towns. This 
year the Authority received monies to provide for 7 additional units of 707 sub- 
sidized housing. 

Improvements such as additional insulation, thermostats, weatherstripping, 
and other items related to energy savings have been funded by the Com- 



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mon wealth for the modernization of Hart's Hill. The Authority has also received 
funding for construction of new housing for the handicapped under the Chapter 
689 State housing program. 

Barbara Miller retired in August after 20 years with the Housing Authority. 
Patricia Odjaghian was appointed as the new Executive Director. Other ad- 
ministrative staff includes Mary Gallucci, Leased Housing Coordinator, Allison 
Bourque, secretary-bookkeeper, and Norma Lester, part-time receptionist. 
Charles Longmuir, Burl Whelchel, and Eugene Ruggierc maintain the properties 
at Hart's Hill, Crystal View and Lincoln School House. 

Affordable housing continues to be sorely needed and, in the coming year, 
the Authority will continue to look into housing alternatives and opportunities 
which will be of benefit to the constituency we serve. 

Respectfully submitted, 

DR. MARILYN MATHIAS ROOT, Chairperson 
ARTHUR J. ROTONDI, JR., Vice Chairman 
MARY S. SWEENEY, Treasurer 
FRANCIS A. LANGONE, Assistant Treasurer 
REV. DR. ROBERT A. CRUICKSHANK, 
Commissioner 




Maintenance 



Report of 

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Buildings Division 

Highway Division 
Sewer Division 
Water Division 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 39 



Report of 
The Director of Public Works 

As required by Chapter 48 of the Acts of 1950, an Act authorizing the Town 
of Wakefield to establish a Board of Public Works, I respectfully submit a report 
of the work accomplished in 1984 with thoughts for the future. 

1. The Diagnostic/Feasibility Study of Lake Quannapowitt was begun in 
March of 1984 by Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc., consulting engineers. This study 
is funded 70% by the State and 30% by the Town. The year-long study is ex- 
pected to be completed in April of 1985. The recommendations for long range 
solutions to the water quality and weed problems are to be advanced, after which 
time the implementation of these recommendations will be put before the Board 
of Public Works and Town Meeting for action. It is anticipated that the im- 
plementation phase will also be funded by a 70% State grant. 

2. The MDC (Metropolitan District Commission) has advertised and will 
take bids in February of 1985 for the construction of their new sewer pumping 
station at the intersection of Putnam Avenue and Redfield Road. This project 
will include a sewer force main in Wakefield along Brook Street and Prospect 
Street. The station is to be located on land formerly owned by the Town of 
Wakefield. In return for the Town granting the MDC the land, the MDC will con- 
struct public sewers to service those Wakefield properties along the route of the 
force main at no cost to the Town or the abutters. The project is expected to be 
completed by the spring or summer of 1986. 

3. The MDC is proceeding very slowly on Wakefield's second connection to 
the MDC water system although they have awarded the contract for construc- 
tion of a six (6) million gallon standpipe on Bear Hill in the Middlesex Fells Reser- 
vation in Stoneham. 

The Town, however, has proceeded rapidly to make improvements to the 
Wakefield Water Distribution System by retaining the local firm of Weston & 
Sampson, Engineers, Inc., consulting engineers, to design the improvements re- 
quired to accept the second connection and have awarded a contract to P. Caliac- 
co Corporation, Quincy, Massachusetts, for the construction of these im- 
provements. Work under this contract will commence in the Spring of 1985 and 
is expected to be completed by July 1985. It is expected that once our system is 
connected to the new MDC line that pressures on the higher elevations of the 
West Side will be increased by 8 - 10 psi. 

4. The MDC Sewer Division and the Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering required the Town to complete an inflow/infiltration study before 
approval of our Municipal Sewer Discharge permit would be approved. The Town 
retained the firm of Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc., Boston, to conduct this study 
which was completed in November 1984. The Town is now proceeding to Phase II 
of a Sewer System Evaluation Study, both phases are funded by a 90% State 
Grant. Phase II is expected to the completed in mid-summer 1985, after which 
the final phase or implementation phase will begin. Phase III will be also funded 
with a 90% State Grant and will depend on the recommendations from the com- 
pletion of Phase II. 

5. The Town should lose no opportunity to replace its aging vehicular fleet 
if we are to respond to the duties and responsibilities assigned to the Department 
of Public Works in the future on any kind of an efficient or effective basis. 



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6. The year 1984 saw the Department lose through retirement two very 
capable supervisors. "Tom" Collins, Town Engineer and Francis Reed, Water & 
Sewer Supervisor. They will be missed. They were replaced by Mr. Jay Abely as 
Town Engineer and Mr. Peter Tassi as Water & Sewer Supervisor. 

7. The Legislature, very late in the 1984 session, created a new Water 
Resources Authority which will replace the MDC Water & Sewer Divisions. This 
new authority was created to better deal with the long existing problems of addi- 
tional water supply for the area and for the solving the many problems attendant 
on the pollution of Boston Harbor. The new authority will not come under the 
provisions of Proposition 2V&, so, as a consequence, the next few years will see a 
dramatic increase in the water and sewer assessments on the Town. The in- 
creases are expected to be of such a magnitude that in order for the Town to sur- 
vive under Proposition 2V* a sewer user charge should be instituted rather than 
allowing sewer costs to be borne by the tax levy as is the case at present. 

8. The reconstruction of Main Street from Salem Street to Lowell Street, 
under the Urban Systems Program, conceived more than five (5) years ago, is 
finally being reviewed by both the State and Federal agencies at 75% level. It is 
hoped that this much needed project, which will be 100% funded by state and 
federal funds if approved, can be advertised for bid in 1985. 

9. The Department's water meter replacement program got underway in 
October of 1984 and by year's end saw approximately 1,500 water meters re- 
placed with remote reading meters. The program will be completed in the sum- 
mer of 1985 after which the water billing process will be completely automated 
with much less inconvenience to the customer. The target is to replace approx- 
imately 4,500 old meters, coupled with the near 2,000 remote reading meters in 
the system at the start of the program, will mean that our entire metering 
system can be read from outside the homes on tape, cutting down on both meter 
reading and billing time. 

10. The change in refuse collection from Town forces to contract collection 
started in July of 1983 continues to work well. As expected, the costs have only 
esculated 5% per year and we continue to show a cost savings as was originally 
forecast. 

1 1 . The re-design of a portion of Nahant Street, near Birch Hill Avenue and 
Stark Avenue, has been completed and the reconstruction is scheduled to start in 
the Spring or early Summer of 1985. This reconstruction should alleviate a prob- 
lem with this high accident location by properly super-elevating the roadway 
allowing safe travel for speeds up to 30 MPH. 

12. The Town was a recipient of a UDAG grant from the State for improv- 
ing the roadway and sidewalk areas around the old Transitron Building, which 
has been renamed Harvard Mills Square. The area of Foundry Street, Maple 
Street and Lake Street had new concrete sidewalks installed and in the spring all 
of the aforementioned streets will be resurfaced; the intersection of Foundry and 
Albion widened and a new sidewalk and curb constructed on the west side of 
Foundry Street from Maple Street to Broadway. The utilities in this area have 
been relocated from overhead to underground and new street lighting will be in- 
stalled in the spring of 1985. 

13. The reconstruction and acceptance as Public Ways of Audubon and 
Teal Roads was completed in 1984, funded by a Public Works Economic Develop- 
ment grant from the Massachusetts Department of Public Works. The project 
was designed and the construction supervision provided by the engineering firm 
of Vanasse/Hangen Engineering, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts. 



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14. A septage disposal point was designated on Old Melvin Street near the 
Wakefield Ready Mixed Concrete Co. Inc. Agreements are being drawn and Ap- 
provals from the MDC are expected to be completed in early 1985. This will pro- 
vide for the first time in nearly twelve years a place for a disposal of sanitary 
wastes pumped from septic tanks from the homes not yet sewered by the Town's 
public sewer system (approximate 500). 

For details of what has been accomplished throughout this year, I refer you 
to the following Division Supervisors' reports. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RICHARD C. BOUTIETTE, P.E. 
Director of Public Works 



ENGINEERING DIVISION 

Submitted herewith is my first annual report as Town Engineer for the year 
ending December 31, 1984. 

Sanitary Sewers 

This division designed construction plans for 2,227 lineal feet of sewer in 
Upland Road, Dillaway Street, Sidney Street and Shady Avenue. The contract 
was awarded to Filippone & Son Construction Co. Inc. of Revere, Massachusetts 
in late September. Due to the inability of securing a blaster, the starting date 
was delayed to the first of December. The installation of the sewer will be in- 
spected by this Division and work should be completed in the Spring. We 
apologize for any inconvenience which residents have suffered. 

Roadway 

The Engineering Division accomplished the following: 

a. Supervision of the reconstruction of Wayland Road, a private way, under 
the provisions of Section 19, Chapter VII of the General Bylaws of the Town 
began in September of 1983 and was completed in October of 1984. 

b. Designed and inspected installation of curbing and sidewalks around the 
Harvard Mills Project. Resurfacing of the streets in this area is scheduled for the 
Spring of 1985. 

c. Resubmitted 75% Review Plans for the reconstruction of Main Street in 
July of 1984 to the Massachusetts Department of Public Works. The original 
75% submission was in July of 1983 and the plans were either lost or misplaced. 
Hopefully final design can be completed in early 1985. 

d. Designed roadway improvements for Nahant Street at Birch Hill 
Avenue which has been the scene of many accidents. Reconstruction will begin in 
the Spring of 1985 using Chapter 90 funds. 

Drainage 

This division: 

a. Designed construction plans to eliminate a problem area between Karl 
Road and Converse Street. Construction should begin in 1985 upon granting of 
an easement. 

b. A detail survey of the existing drainage system between Byron Street, 
Gould Street and the Moulton Playground was undertaken. Construction Plans 
and a cost estimate will be prepared along with a Town Meeting Article. If the ar- 



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tide passes Town Meeting, construction to eliminate the problem could begin in 
the Spring of 1985. 

c. Continued to locate the existing drainage throughout the Town for 
record maps. The project is approximately 90% completed and we hope to com- 
plete the project within the next few years. 

d. Designed and Supervised reconstruction of Drainage in Cordis Street for 
the Highway Division. 

Survey 

a. This division provided survey layout services for the Cemetery Division 
at the Forest Glade Cemetery and for the Forestry and Park Division at various 
locations throughout the Town. 

b. Detail surveys and plans were prepared for Main Street from Forest 
Street to Greenwood Street for the Traffic Signal Consultant working for the 
Municipal Light Department. 

c. Detail surveys and plans were prepared for the Harvard Mills area and 
the North Avenue and Albion Street intersection for the consultants working for 
the Town. 

d. Detail surveys and plans were prepared for Lake and Foundry Streets 
from Maple Street to Broadway. Reconstruction of these streets should begin in 
the Spring of 1985. 

Water 

a. This division assisted the Water Division with the contract specification 
for the water meter installation program. 

b. This division marked out the existing water mains on all streets to be af- 
fected by the Metropolitan District Commission Second Connection presently 
under design by Weston & Sampson, Inc., engineers. A construction contract 
was awarded to P. Caliacco Corporation of Quincy, Massachusetts and construc- 
tion should begin in the Spring of 1985. 

General 

Inspection services were provided for all subdivisions presently under con- 
struction in accordance with plans approved by the Planning Board. 

Sewer Easement plans and descriptions were prepared for Dillaway Street, 
Sidney Street, Upland Road and Shady Avenue. 

Drain Easement plans and descriptions were prepared for Bellevue Avenue 
and Converse Street. 

Traffic Signal Easement plans and descriptions were prepared for Atwood 
Avenue and Forest Street. 

Public Way Taking plans and descriptions were prepared for Atwood 
Avenue and Forest Street. 

Technical assistance was provided to all Town departments when requested. 

I would like to thank the Director of Public Works, the Divisional Super- 
visors, the Secretarial staff of the Department of Public Works and other Town 
Officials for their assistance throughout the year. 

I would especially like to thank my staff consisting of Richard J. Tabb, 
Daniel R. Christopher, co-operative student Robert J. Smiglis and summer 
employee Charles Mathewson for their dedication and assistance throughout the 



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year. Their ability to perform, with the loss of Project Engineer Michael Vozzella, 
has been greatly appreciated. 

Best wishes to my predecessor Michael T. Collins in his retirement. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JAMES J. ABELY, P.E., P.L.S. 
Town Engineer 



BUILDINGS DIVISION 

Submitted herewith are the major projects undertaken by the Building Divi- 
sion during 1984. 

Town Hall 

Replaced 5 -ton air conditioning unit for Engineers' Office, replaced cleat 
flashing on north side of building's roof. 

Fire Central 

Replaced 3" copper center drain on roof of Engine House tower roof, re- 
moved slate and covered with asphalt #235 fiber glass shingles 60 - 40 strip and 
paper. 

Fire Greenwood 

Replaced boiler inspection plate, also replaced frozen gate valve to automatic 
water feed. 

Tree Department 

Replaced roof shingles on Sylvan Avenue storage shed. 

Police Station 

Extensive repair to front steps. Leaking roof over Conference Room was 
patched. Conference Room ceiling and walls repainted, also secretary's office and 
Evidence Room. 

Auxiliary Fire Station 

Two sections of garage door replaced. Installed new siding Texture III and 
weather strip. 

Filter Station Broadway 

Installed two (2) new gas Modiene heaters. 

Broadway Pumping Station 

Installed outside security lights. Installed new carpet in Water Superinten- 
dent's office. Installed new Carlin oil burner Model 200. Main Street Sewer Sta- 
tion (E.J. 1) — installed one (1) 2000 Watt Heater. Repaired electric heater in 
storage building. 

Farm Street Sewer Pumping Station 

Replaced Rezner gas burner heater. 

Highway Garage — Old Building 

Installed duct work for air conditioner and installed filters to offices. 



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Highway Garage — New Garage 

Repaired roof leaks around beehive drain. 

Mapleway Storage Shed 

Stripped and reshingled roof and replaced damaged boards. 

All Buildings 

Cleaned out all unit heaters and replaced all filters. 

Contact has been made with DEC-TAM Corporation for encapsulation at 
Town Hall Boiler Room and Police Station — Boiler Room and offices. 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all Public Works' employees, 
all Division Supervisors, the Administrative and Office staff for their coopera- 
tion and assistance throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

CHESTER J. CONF ALONE 
Supervisor of Buildings 



FORESTRY AND PARK DIVISION 

It is my pleasure to inform you of the maintenance program of the Forestry 
section during 1984. The normal winter schedule consists of snow and ice work of 
our public roadways and the cutting of dead and dying trees along our public 
streets. In addition, the cutting and removal of trees and shrub growth for the 
Forest Glade Cemetery's development of grave sites which is an on-going pro- 
gram each year. Total estimated requests received and completed by this divi- 
sion were 243. Approximately 73 public shade trees have been removed. 

The Park crew has its routine winter schedule of snow and ice emergency 
work primarily sidewalk plowing for the safety of school children. The Park Divi- 
sion was able to continue with routine maintenance of ball diamonds for sche- 
duled use by both private leagues and the School Department's Physical Educa- 
tion Programs. Grass mowing of our public parks and playgrounds is our major 
maintenance schedule. Also, this division is responsible for many miles of road- 
side mowing of grass and weeds along our public streets and intersections. Many 
locations are maintained because of our public school children's use of sidewalk 
routes adjacent to vacant lots and wooded areas. The Park crew is responsible 
for the Colonel Connelly beach, the Boat Ramp at Veterans' Field and all rubbish 
collection of the entire park system. 

This year the Recreation Commission had procurred a Federal Grant to re- 
condition and install new playground equipment at Moulton Playground. Work 
program consisted of the installation of new animal spring set, whirlwind spiral 
slide, re-condition large swing set, new park benches and bleacher stand and the 
reconstruction of the diamond with clay washings and new sod for the infield and 
outer perimeter. Approximately 12,000 square feet of new grass has been in- 
stalled. Other major work was contracted out because of the nature of repairs 
and replacement of fences and asphalt work requested. 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT J. BELANGER, Supervisor 
Forestry and Park Division 



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CEMETERY DIVISION 
I am pleased to inform you of the maintenance program of the Forest Glade 
Cemetery for the year ending December 31, 1984. 

During the. winter season all available personnel were assigned to cutting 
and removing trees and brush to make ready a development for new grave loca- 
tions, a continuation of last -year's program. Early spring we were able to com- 
plete the sodding of our new Veterans' section. The work program consisted of 
preparing and seeding many winter interment graves. Also, digging and cement- 
ing the foundation orders for new memorial head stones. The crew continued 
mowing grass and trimming weeds preparing for Memorial Day observances. 

The Board of Public Works voted to increase the current cemetery service 
rates and prices for graves effective September 26, 1984. Included in the new 
policy was the restriction of the sale of graves and lots to residents only. By early 
fall the cemetery crew had partially sodded the new section, "J", and placed 
grass seed to the remainder of the loamed area for the future sales of graves. 

In conclusion, I would like to thank all department personnel whose service 
made possible the readiness of the cemetery grounds and those of the Old Church 
Street Cemetery for Memorial Day Services. 

Forest Glade Cemetery Interments for 1984 159 

Sale of Lots and Graves $26,290.00 

Sales of Service Revenue $102,977.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT J. BELANGER, Supervisor 
Cemetery Division 



HIGHWAY DIVISION 

This has been a year primarily devoted to maintenance by this Division. We 
feel that the major need of the Town is one of maintaining our existing facilities, 
which is becoming a problem of ever-increasing magnitude. 

The increasing numbers of heavy traffic has hastened the deterioration of 
our major arteries and some secondary roads. New roads and subdivisions are 
adding to the list of streets, drains, and sidewalks to be maintained by the 
Highway Division. I must state that the preventive maintenance schedule of the 
Division has been a prime factor in great savings to the Town in respect that the 
facilities do not reach the stage of complete reconstruction. 

With this in mind, I hereby submit the report of work accomplished by this 
Division for the year 1984. 

Street Maintenance 

Normal patching as required for maintenance, resurfacing (Stone Chip Seal 
and Slurry Seal) and Bituminous Concrete in conjunction with Chapter 90 
overlay program was completed. 

The following streets were resurfaced with Bituminous Concrete Type I by 
Hiway Paving, Inc., North Billerica, Massachusetts: 

Salem Street from Pleasure Island Road to Chapman Road 
New Salem Street from Vernon Street to culvert at river 
Greenwood Street from Main Street to Melrose line 
All preparation for paving is performed by Highway Department personnel. 



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This includes adjusting curbing, berms, driveway and sidewalk paving, any 
drainage changes or additions, and patching to old paving failures. 

S. Benedetto & Sons of Wakefield, Massachusetts was contracted to raise to 
grade all water and gas gates, sewer drain and catch basin covers on the paved 
streets. 

The following streets received an application of chip seal by Mystic 
Bituminous Products Company, Inc., Everett, Massachusetts: 

CHIPSEAL 31,738 S.Y. 
Bryant Street . White Avenue 

Pearl Street Aborn Avenue 

Lawrence Street Sweetser Street 

Wave Avenue Cordis Street 

The streets were sealed from Pleasant Street to Main Street. 

Pleasant Street was sealed from Brewster Road to Salem Street 

Middlesex Paving Inc., Chelmsford, MA paved Yale Avenue and Chestnut 
Street from Main Street to North Avenue with bituminous concrete. 

Seal Coating of New England, Hingham, MA slurry sealed the following 
streets: 

Vale View Road Forrester Road 

Lantern Lane Drury Lane 

Davidson Road Beebe Lane 

Alpine Circle Swain Place 

Edwards Avenue Pleasant Street 

Elm Square (Lowell Street to 

Brewster Road Brewster Road) 

Street Sweeping 

The business section was swept twice each week from April to December 
(weather permitting). All streets were swept of any leaves and sand in the spring 
and fall and re-cwept as often as necessary during the summer months. The 
sweeping is contracted to J.K. Municipal Services, Middleton, Massachusetts. 

Traffic Lines 



lg line painting was 


completed by T.S.M. Inc., Foxboro, MA: 


150,000 L.F. 


4" Center line 


17,000 L.F. 


4" Edgeline 


1,500 L.F. 


12" Stop Line 


16,400 L.F. 


12" Crosswalks 


24 


Directional Arrows 


90 


24" Letters 


20,000 L.F. 


4" Parking Lines 


9 


6' Traffic Circles 


10 


Railroad Crossing 




Markings 



Patching 

All permanent patching of water and sewer trenches is done by the Highway 
Division. 

The department also permanently paved 95% of the Municipal Light Depart- 
ment gas and electric trenches in all sections of the Town. 



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Road Construction 

Kathleen Drive: From the intersection of Nahant Street and Valley Street 
600'. 

Lilah Circle: From the end of Kathleen Drive 380' to a cul-de-sac. 
Molly Circle: From the end of Kathleen Drive 375' to a cul-de-sac. 
Collette Road: Near the intersection of Rosemary Avenue and Roosevelt 
Road 450' to a cul-de-sac. 

Old Colony Drive: From 200' off sideline of Walton Street approximately 
820' of road construction. 

Jessica Lane: Off northerly side of Old Colony Drive 380' to a cul-de-sac. 
Orsini Drive: Opposite #15 Roosevelt Road 600' of road construction. 

Traffic and Street Signs 

This year we installed or replaced the following signs: 

Replaced traffic signs 85 

New poles replaced 40 

Street signs replaced 100 

Berm and Curbing 

2,000 L.F. of bituminous concrete berm and shoulder paving was done to halt 
the erosion of gravel shoulders and grass strips. 

Drain Maintenance 

A total of 22 catch basins were repaired in sections of the Town. Twelve (12) 
manholes were also repaired. 

Trouble spots along the Mill, Saugus, and Salem Street Rivers were dug or 
dredged by S. Benedetto, Wakefield, Massachusetts. 

The Highway Division continually maintains the brooks and culverts by dig- 
ging, widening and the cleaning of brush and debris. This year we cleaned ap- 
proximately 8,000 L.F. of brooks. 

2,000 manhole and catch basins in the drainage system were cleaned of 
leaves and debris; some were cleaned twice. This service is contracted to J. K. 
Municipal Services. 

502 requests for berm installation, repair to signs, sidewalks, streets, and 
drains were performed. 

Winter Schedule 

The Department's winter schedule consists primarily of jobs relating to 
snow and ice control. Snow fence was installed and maintained at the Lower 
Common and at the head of the lake on Main Street. 

85 sand barrels are placed in areas at hills and intersections where icing may 
exist on the pavement. This is a service to motorists in emergencies. The barrels 
are maintained and filled with sand during the winter season. 

Brooks, catch basins and culverts are cleaned to alleviate the possibility of 
flooding in early spring. 

All personnel and equipment are involved in sanding, plowing and snow 
removal. 

Personnel maintain plows, sanders, and chains between sanding and plowing 
operations. 



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Refuse Collection 

Waste Management of Boston-North, Woburn, Massachusetts assumed the 
task of collecting all solid waste in Town. In 1984, 11,407.95 tons of refuse was 
delivered to the R.E.S.C.O. Resources Recovery Plant in Saugus for disposal. 
Unit cost to R.E.S.C.O. was $19.05 per ton for disposal. 

In closing my report, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all Public 
Works' employees, all Division Heads and our office staff for their cooperation 
and assistance throughout the year of 1984. 

Respectfully submitted, 

RALPH P. DeCECCA, Supervisor 

SEWER DIVISION 
Sewer Construction 

Mansfield Drive Extension: From an existing manhole on Sesame Street — 
105 feet easterly to a dead manhole on Mansfield Drive Extension. 8" P.V.C. 
pipe. 

Orsini Drive: From an existing manhole on Roosevelt Road — 600 feet 
easterly to a dead end manhole on Roosevelt Road. 8" P.V.C. pipe. 

In conclusion, I would like to thank all Public Works Employees, Division 
Supervisors, Administrative and Office Staff for your welcome to the Town of 
Wakefield, also your cooperation and assistance throughout the year. 

PETER J. TASSI, Supervisor 
Sewer Division 

WATER DIVISION 

Water Main Extensions 

Mansfield Drive Extension — 240 L.F. 8" ductile 
Orsini Drive - 600 L.F. 8" ductile 

New Hydrants (1) 
Orsini Drive 1 

New Services 
By Contractor 34 

Service relaid during year 20 

Distribution System 

Total number of miles of pipe now in use 84.48 

Number of hydrants 636 

Range of pressure on mains 20 pounds to 1 10 pounds 

Number of service taps now in use 7,217 

Percentage of active services metered 99.7% 

During the year 1200 pounds of copper sulphate was applied to 
Crystal Lake. 

Water Meter Installation 

The program for installing new water meters with outside receptables got 
underway with approximately 1,000 installation completed this year. 

In conclusion, I would like to thank all Public Works Employees, Division 
Supervisors, Administrative and Office Staff for your welcome to the Town of 
Wakefield, also your cooperation and assistance throughout the year. 

PETER J. TASSI, Supervisor 
Water Division 



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EDUCATION 




Report of 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

School Superintendent 

LUCIUS BEEBE MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Library Trustees 
Library Director 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 51 



Report of the School Committee 

Reorganization — 1984 

Term Expires 

John B. Encarnacao, Chairman 1987 

15 Walton St. 

Paul Bettano, Secretary 1985 

118 Vernon St. 

Warren Magoon 1987 

27 Outlook Rd. 

Charles McCauley, Jr. 1986 

32 Lawrence St. 
Janice Poritzky 1985 

1 Woodcrest Drive 

Louis J. Racca 1986 

62 Paon Blvd. 

H. Steven Welford, Jr. 1986 

23 Greenwood Ave. 

Early in 1984, the School Committee continued its practice of setting goals 
for the year. The following goals were established and the School Committee 
directed the administration to focus on their accomplishment during the educa- 
tional and administrative year: 

1. Develop a permanent solution to the chronic overcrowding 
problem of the West Side elementary district and establish a 
long-range plan for accommodating the school facility needs 
of grades k-6. 

2. Restructure high school graduation requirements so they are 
sensitive to the needs of Wakefield students, satisfy man- 
dated changes and provide a sound education for all students 
of Wakefield High School. 

3. Continue the staff development program with special atten- 
tion to the secondary level. 

4. Develop ways and means to apply computer technology to 
the subject matter areas. 

5. Continue initiatives taken to develop, expand and improve 
curriculum at all levels. One specific area is the course offer- 
ings in art at the High School. 

6. Expand and improve extracurricula and intramural pro- 
grams, non-athletic as well as athletic. 

7. Improve communications and interactions with staff and 
faculty so as to maintain mutual respect, understanding and 
appreciation as well as cohesive effort in all School Depart- 
ment endeavors. 

8. Expand and formalize the Awards and Recognition program 
to insure acknowledgement of excellence in teaching, ex- 
cellence in academic achievement by our students and 
outstanding contributions by the employees of the Wakefield 
School Department and citizens of Wakefield. 



52 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



9. Increase financial support of education through a concerted 
effort to influence legislation at the state and national levels. 

The School Committee listened carefully to the progress and final report of 
the Ad Hoc Committee on Redistricting regarding elementary school over- 
crowding and increasing enrollments. The problem has proven extremely com- 
plex because it involves changes in organization as well as possible financial ex- 
penditure at a time in which Wakefield needs to conserve its financial resources. 
The Committee accepted with gratitude the final report of the Ad Hoc Commit- 
tee on Redistricting and directed the administration to analyze the report and 
make a recommendation for both short and long range solutions to the location 
of students in the school system grades K-12. 

Negotiations with the teachers' union was the subject of a great deal of 
discussion by the School Committee. It was recognized that a very competent, 
professional teaching group has contributed so much to the well being of 
students that they deserve just compensation for their efforts. In the granting of 
a percentage increase to the teaching and administrative staff, the Committee is 
well aware that Wakefield's salaries are neither at the top or the bottom of the 
salary scales for professional educators in Massachusetts. In its deliberation and 
agreement on a basic 5% increase for all unions, the School Committee 
negotiated raises within the bounds of staff sensitivity and fiscal responsibility. 

With frequent meetings and planning, educational needs were identified. The 
procedural format of the Committee was to avoid crisis management and careful- 
ly think through decisions in time to avoid reacting to problems. 

Because of present and future needs, educational costs will continue to grow. 
The Committee has urged, through its public discussions, that the Town of 
Wakefield look for funds for the educational program which is a most critical in- 
vestment for the citizenry. At the time of this writing, it is anticipated that the 
State of Massachusetts may require pre-kindergarten and full day kindergarten 
programs which are currently not available in Wakefield. If such is the case, then 
an additional financial investment will have to be made. 

The School Committee carefully focused on the many educational reports 
which discussed standards of excellence in education and established a Subcom- 
mittee on Graduation Requirements. It also directed the administration to con- 
tinue efforts to improve and update curriculum. Approved with a great deal of 
optimism was a new elementary mathematics curriculum designed by teachers, 
administrators and parents. The Committee also approved a new elementary 
social studies textbook series recommended by teachers and parents. It is ex- 
pected that in 1985 other curriculum initiatives will come before the Committee 
for approval. Individual needs of all students across the system continued to be 
analyzed in 1984 and programs in occupational education, computer literacy, and 
student writing were emphasized. 

The School Committee extends its deepest appreciation to the entire faculty 
and administration for their commitment to quality education. Special gratitude 
is extended to all the volunteers who serve the Town of Wakefield in its educa- 
tional goals. The Police Department was extremely helpful in advising and ad- 
ministering safety programs in the schools. One of the most notable efforts was 
the fingerprinting of elementary students to ensure quick identification. Special 
gratitude is extended to the Ad Hoc Committee on Redistricting for its enor- 
mous task of sorting out the many possibilities and future planning of the educa- 
tional organization. 

The School Department extends best wishes to Philip McCarty upon his 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 53 



retirement from the School Committee. Mr. McCarty worked very hard to main- 
tain quality education despite budget limitations and always contributed to solu- 
tions with creativity and optimism. The School Department welcomed Janice 
Poritzky, Warren Magoon and John Encarnacao back to the School Committee. 
A number of educational colleagues retired this past year. The School Com- 
mittee wishes the following people a happy, healthy and active retirement: John 
Zynsky, Barbara Daly, Virginia Partridge, Jacqueline Nihan, Grace Cincotti, 
Russell Nelson, Barbara Smith, William Leonard, Margaret Donahue and 
Elizabeth Kelley. 

Deepest sympathy is extended to the families of departed staff members 
Dorothy Remick, elementary teacher, and Lucian Colucci who served the 
Wakefield School Department for forty years, three of which he served as 
Superintendent of Schools. 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN B. ENCARNACAO, Chairman 



REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 
TO THE WAKEFIELD SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Educational and Organizational Planning 

The year 1984 was a time of extensive educational and organizational plan- 
ning. 

An active subcommittee of the School Committee, the Subcommitte on 
Graduation Requirements, studied the findings of the Report of the National 
Commission on Educational Excellence relative to the Wakefield Public Schools. 
Subcommittee chairman, Steven Welford, and members, Janice Poritzky, War- 
ren Magoon and Charles McCauley are planning in 1985 to recommend to the full 
Committee additional requirements for graduation. This subcommittee has 
deliberated extensively with teachers and administrators, reviewed Wakefield's 
secondary education program and is developing its proposals with a focus on 
learning skills consistent with the spirit of the national call for educational ex- 
cellence and with the needs of the students and community of Wakefield. 

The Ad Hoc Committee on Redistricting, a citizens group, was organized ear- 
ly in the year to study lack of classroom space and increasing enrollments on the 
West Side. It was soon discovered by this active group of participants that the 
pattern of requiring students to leave the West Side to attend school in other 
districts would begin in other parts of town because of the rising enrollments 
systemwide. Co-chairpersons Heidi Willis and Catherine Doucette presented 
three (3) recommendations to the School Committee which essentially presented 
the options of using existing facilities, creating a central elementary school 
district at the Atwell School and/or establishing a middle school organization 
with kindergarten through grade three in the elementary schools, grade four and 
five at the Atwell School, grades six and seven at the Junior High and grade 
eight at the High School in a separate wing with grade nine. 

Wakefield's Educational Program and Achievements 

Teachers, administrators and parents actively pursued the examination, up- 
dating and improvement of elementary curricula. The School Committee approv- 
ed a new mathematics curriculum for grades one through six. School Committee, 



54 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

teachers and parents have expressed great enthusiasm for this new curriculum 
which delineates minimum learnings for students and provides a check list for 
parents to help monitor their youngsters' progress. Curricula changes in reading, 
social studies, language arts, art and kindergarten education will soon be 
presented to the School Committee for approval. Junior and senior high cur- 
riculum study is planned for 1985. 

Wakefield continues to score above the national average on all achievement 
tests and on the verbal and mathematics Scholastic Aptitude Tests taken by 
high school seniors and juniors. The average in Massachusetts combined verbal 
and mathematics scores is 896. In 1984, the combined verbal and mathematics 
average for Wakefield was 918. Most of Wakefield scores on Advanced Place- 
ment Tests are above the national average in American history, biology, English, 
mathematics, social studies, French and physics B. Advanced Placement courses 
at Wakefield High School are taught on a freshman college level and often result 
in college credit and reduced college tuition for participating students. 

In addition to the college courses, Wakefield High School continued a strong 
emphasis on courses for students bound for work and the military. Occupational 
educational programs in electronics, culinary arts, child care, distributive educa- 
tion and banking were offered and provided skills to students for entry level posi- 
tions upon graduation. Courses in business, industrial arts, home economics, 
basic studies, general courses and an alternative high school were carefully plan- 
ned and offered for the forty percent of Wakefield students who do not plan a 
post-secondary education. For the first time, courses in cable television produc- 
tion and programming were offered to high school students. One of the many ac- 
tivities of these classes has been the taping of School Committee meetings for 
later broadcasting town wide on the town cable Channel 18. 

The Computer Laboratory at Wakefield Junior High School accommodated 
all of the grade eight students starting in September, 1984. This uniform delivery 
of computer education will open creative opportunities at Wakefield High School 
for students interested in this important field. 

The achievements of Wakefield's music students reflects the excellence of 
the program. Wakefield High School had a larger number of students selected for 
the All State Orchestra than any other Massachusetts high school. The 
Wakefield High School Marching Band distinguished itself on repeated occa- 
sions by winning First Place honors for musical accuracy and accomplishment at 
the New England Scholastic Band Association competitions held in 1984. After 
winning the Massachusetts Instrumental Conductors Association state or- 
chestra championship for six consecutive years, the Wakefield High School Or- 
chestra Strings traveled to Montreal, Canada to compete on the international 
level. Wakefield was awarded the only Gold Medal among the seven competing 
high schools. The Gold Medal award indicates that the local high school string 
orchestra is representative of the best musical organizations of its kind in the 
world. 

Elementary teachers attended seven staff development programs which pro- 
vided several opportunities for professional study and development. These 
educational programs were planned by teachers and administrators and on 
several occasions, consultants as well as Wakefield staff members led programs 
in topics ranging from science education to grade level instructional uniformity 
and techniques. Additional programs are planned for junior and senior high 
staff. 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 55 



Distinguished Honor to Principal 

The School Committee honored Nat Finklestein, Principal of the Greenwood- 
Franklin Schools, for his receiving the Thomas Passios Award, the highest honor 
given to an elementary principal in the State of Massachusetts. Mr. Finklestein 
was proudly recommended for the award by his colleagues and was chosen over 
nominations from across the state. In May, Commissioner of Education, Dr. 
John Lawson, presented the award to Mr. Finklestein in Hyannis in the presence 
of hundreds of school administrators from across the state. Mr. Finklestein was 
later invited to Washington D.C. where he was honored by President Ronald 
Reagan. 

School and Community Partnerships 

The School Committee acknowledged the great efforts of citizens to assist 
the schools and awarded several certificates of excellence and appreciation in ad- 
dition to those offered to teachers. The recipients of the School Committee 
awards for teaching excellence or citizenship volunteer efforts in 1984 were Nan- 
cy Fredrick, Cathleen White, Diane Kludjian, Nat Finklestein, William Gile, 
Heidi Willis and Catherine Doucette. Cited for highest academic excellence were 
senior students, Kristine Jackel and Erika Robinson. 

Joan Dumont and Constance Keon provided strong leadership in the 
Cultural Arts Council sponsored by the Executive Council of School PTO 
Presidents. This council raised funds to provide music, dance, storytelling, pup- 
petry and other cultural experiences to the students of Wakefield. 

The parent-teacher organizations, the Police Department and the schools 
worked together to establish a fingerprinting identification system and 
telephone communication procedure in elementary schools which works to notify 
parents of absent students as soon as school begins each morning. 

A group of thirteen retired citizens participated in a training workshop in 
computer education under the guidance of Principal Nat Finklestein, and Natalie 
Brooks, librarian and computer coordinator for the elementary schools. Upon 
completion of the workshop, these citizens will work in the schools as computer 
aides. 

In November, the School Committee unanimously endorsed a proposal to 
work with the Wakefield Historical Commission on educational programs in the 
schools relating to the history and government of Wakefield. The School Depart- 
ment and Historical Commission have subsequently been planning joint pro- 
grams and grant applications. 

Public Education in the Future 

At the December 1984 Special Town Meeting, the citizens approved salary 
increases and important capital outlay items: a portion of the high school roof 
replacement, the removal of asbestos for the Junior High boiler room and the 
replacement of a boiler at the Montrose School. These actions were important 
steps in the School Department's attempts to continue the improvement of staff 
and plant operations within budget limitations. 

As in the past, the improvement of educational programs, low student/ 
teacher ratios and maintained plant facilities will be dependent on School 
Department consolidations, expanded financial growth of the town, state aid. 
Capital needs requirements and salary increases (negotiations for the 1985-86 
contracts of the five School Department unions are currently in progress) will 



56 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



continue to make an impact on the budget and will affect the financial support of 
all programs. Student enrollments are beginning to increase on the elementary 
level and the School Committee will be making an important decision in 1985 
regarding accommodating the anticipated students. 

The Massachusetts legislature is now reviewing a bill that may require 
Wakefield to provide pre-kindergarten programs, pre-first grade and expanded 
kindergarten programs. If additional early education programs are required, ad- 
ditional facilities and personnel will be necessary. 

Wakefield has begun an informal collaborative with the Towns of Reading, 
North Reading and Lynnfield. The purpose of the group is to determine methods 
of providing educational services at lower cost to each member community. All 
four (4) community School Committees have adopted policies allowing students 
of each of the school districts to take courses at any of the four high schools 
among the four towns. The collaborative has currently entered into a discussion 
with Lowell University to determine if educational programming can be provided 
from Lowell over the contiguous cable lines in the four communities. This "elec- 
tronic classroom" is a distinct possibility in the near future. 

General 

The 1984 graduates of Wakefield High School have reported that they are in- 
volved in the following educational, work or other programs: 



1983 



1984 



No. 



Pet. 



No. 



Pet. 



State Colleges (4 years) 


74 


22.0 


70 


21.0 


Independent Colleges (4 years) 


90 


27.5 


86 


26.0 


Community Colleges (2 years) 


21 


6.0 


30 


9.0 


Independent Junior Colleges (2 years) 


21 


6.0 


32 


10.0 


Other Post Secondary 


22 


7.0 


15 


4.0 


Military 


8 


2.0 


18 


5.0 


Work 


69 


22.5 


56 


17.0 


Other and Uncertain 


24 


7.0 


27 


8.0 




329 


100.0 


334 


100.0 



School Plant Management 

In energy related projects, a new roof was installed over the entrance to the 
Franklin School on Traverse Street. Energy efficient lighting fixtures were in- 
stalled in the Hurd and Franklin auditoriums. All oil burners and boilers were 
cleaned and inspected. 

The West Ward School exterior was painted and several classrooms and cor- 
ridors were painted systemwide. 

Major school physical education and athletic areas were serviced by a con- 
tractor, Prescription Turf Services, as a cost saving effort which has proven suc- 
cessful and will be recommended to continue in 1§85. 

DR. STEPHEN F. MAIO 
Superintendent of Schools 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



57 



1984 Graduates 



Karen Louise Ahlquist 
Joseph Patrick Albert, Jr. 
Ryan K. Allocco 
Gerard S. Alterio, Jr. 
Serdar Amasya 
Stephen James Amyouny 
Stephen Jay Angelo 
David W. Arnott, Jr. 
Kris J. Arsenault 
Susan Margaret Aston 
Walter Paul Bacigalupo 
Robin Marie Bain 
Elise Marie Bandino 
Elena Marie Barsanti 
Caryl Anne Bartholomew 
Michael Benoit 
Keith E. Benson 
Michael Berardinangelo 
Jeffrey Peter Bergholtz 
Gina Marie Bernabeo 
Angela Marie Bevilacqua 
Lisa Ann Blasi 
Alexandra Ann Blaikie 
Kurt A. Bode 
William J. Bonner 
Barbara L. Borthwick 
Vander Leonard Boudreau 
Maria S. Boujoukos 
James L. Bowser 
Susan Margaret Bringola 
Mark Steven Broding 
Evangeline E. Brown 
Lorraine M. Brown 
Ralph Frederick Brown, Jr. 
Sharon Marie Brown 
Julie Ellen Brownson 
Scott A. Bruce 
Suzanne R. Bryant 
Corey D. Buckingham 
Patricia Ann Burke 
Suzanne Martha Bushee 
William F. Butler 
Michelle Marie Cabral 
Joseph R. Callahan 
Brenda Lee Campanella 
James J. Canto 
Linda Marie Caraglia 
Julie Ann Cardillo 
John William Carey 



Richard J. Carlson 
Christine Anne Carmilia 
Kimberly Ann Caruso 
Launa Cavanagh 
Neil C. Cavanagh 
Richard Marino Cerulo 
Daniel James Chapman 
Lisa Beth Cheney 
Paula Maria Christopher 
Caroline Theresa Ciampa 
Stephen W. Cicia 
Christopher J. Cleary 
Christopher James Collins 
Susan E. Colwell 
Richard J. Comerford 
Amy Diane Companeschi 
Janice Marie Comperchio 
Michelle Marlene Connolly 
Douglas F. Conroy 
Jacqueline Coogan 
John Paul Cotter III 
Linda Ann Coviello 
Jean M. Coyne 
Martha Craig 
Anthony M. Cresta 
James Cresta 
Robert P. Croce, Jr. 
Michael Francis Crones 
Richard John Curley 
Diane Marie Curran 
Nancy Ellen Curran 
Katherine Izabel Dakessian 
David Adam D'Alessandro 
Nancy Ann D'Alessandro 
Ronald Dalfonso 
David Richard Dalton 
Marian Jean Dangora 
Carney Dennis Daniels, Jr. 
Haresh Arjan Daryanani 
Bruno V. D'Attilio 
Stephen Paul Davis 
Jay Allyn De Frank 
Paula Rose deGaravilla 
Frank James Delano 
Edward J. Delia Piana, Jr. 
David Delia Porta 
Ann Kathleen Delorey 
Mark Andrews Delory 
Steven A. DelRossi 



58 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Joseph DeLuca 

Jeanne H. DePasquale 

Michelle A. Descoteaux 

David James Deveau 

Kenneth Roy Dill 

Anne Elizabeth Domit 

James E. Donaher 

Maureen P. Donahue 

Daniel Vincent Doucette 

Alison M. Dow 

Karen I. Doyle 

Jeffrey Wayne Doyon 

Keith R. Drab 

Lisa Ann Dumont 

Laurie Ann Dunlap 

David Scott Eisenberg 

Tammy Jean Elliott 

Kimberley Ellen Ellis 

Paula Jo Encarnacao 

Mark Daniel England 

W. Casey Erven 

Cheryle Ann Essery 

Donna Fahey 

Jessica L. Faler 

Neil L. Fanjoy, Jr. 

Michael Paul Fazio 

Stephanie Grant Fine 

Kevin John Flannigan 

Janet G. Fletcher 

Michael Francis 

Karen A. Frisiello 

Tonilyn Frongillo 

Sharon Gaffney 

Caroline Ganno 

Janice Gail Garrant 

Louelyn Gaw 

Michael Germanetto 

Jonathan Michael Richard Giglio 

Janet Diane Goddard 

Michael James Good 

Arthur L. Green, Jr. 

Joseph Antoine Haddad 

Lauri J. Haley 

Seoeun Han 

Paula Marie Handrahan 

Scott William Hanson 

Thomas William Hart 

James Michael Havel 

Mary Janet Hawkes 

Pamela M. Higgins 

Patricia Elizabeth Hill 

Joan Patricia Hooley 



Beth Ann Horrigan 
Barbara Lynne House 
Errol Francis Howland 
Caryn T. Hughes 
Richard Allen Hughson 
Susan S. Humphreys 
Bernard Peter Hurlburt 
Scott W. Hurley 
Elena Iannazzo 
Kim Marie Imbracsio 
Jerry Inner field 
Sunita Anne Jacob 
Ellen Sands Johnson 
Rose Marie Joly 
Kevin Jones 
Leith A. Jones II 
Scott W. Jones 
Richard Joyce 
Diana Jane Jurczak 
Brett Allen Kanouff 
Richard A. Kasbarian 
Robert W. Kelley, Jr. 
Matthew J. Kenney 
Paula Jean Kingsbury 
Larissa A. Kini 
Thomas Howell Kirby 
Michael A. Lamphier 
Edwin F. Landers, Jr. 
Barbara F. Langer 
Gregory S. Lapery 
Daniel A. Lawn 
Joanne M. Lembo 
Catherine Marie Levine 
Renee L. Limpert 
William L. Lofgren, Jr. 
Patrice M. Longo 
Amy Frances Lopes 
Michelle Marie Lord 
Steven J. Lowrey 
Robert D. Lucci 
Eric Robert Luken 
Anthony T. Luongo 
Gail Elizabeth MacDonald 
Br^enda D. MacKenzie 
Debra J. MacPherson 
Elizabeth Ann Malone 
Michael J. Maloney 
Kathy M. Malonson 
Vincent M. Manzi 
John Joseph Markley 
Daniel Frederick Marsden 
Keith Richard Martin 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



59 



Jennifer Jean Martino 
Peter R. Mastrangelo 
Patricia Evelyn Matthews 
Charles John Mathewson 
Catherine Renee McAvenia 
Nancy Ellen McCarty 
Anne McCauley 
Carol McCauley 
Scott J. McClory 
Keri Ann McCluskey 
Kevin D. McGill 
Ann Therese McGonigle 
Jacqueline Lee McGregor 
Thomas Gilbert McHugh, Jr. 
Bruce Stuart McKie 
Karen Rae McKusick 
Debra Ruth McLellan 
Mark Thomas Melanson 
Peter Gerard Melanson 
Richard George Mercer III 
Annette Marie Moccia 
Liza Jaqueline Mokler 
Rosa Lina Molettieri 
Michael Paul Moore 
Peter Michael Morrell 
Loren Ann Morris 
James Luca Mortellite 
Michael John Moschella 
Christopher Joseph Murphy 
Patricia Ellen Murphy 
Nabil Nakhoul 
Joseph Paul Nardone IV 
Kathleen Marie Newton 
Joseph Nocera 
Robert D. Nolan 
Brenda Jean O'Brien 
Sylvia Ohannessian 
Carolyn Andrea O'Keefe 
Gail Margaret O'Leary 
Alan James Oliphant 
Karen Anne O'Neil 
Robert John Palmieri 
Janine Marie Paolucci 
Kevin Louis Patch 
David T. Payzant 
Kristin Marie Pebley 
Claire S. Perry 
Pamela E. Picone 
Donald J. Pike, Jr. 
Mark Plansky 
William John Poirier, Jr. 
Deena Merle Poritzky 



Michele Marie Potito 
Thomas M. Purcell III 
Patricia Ann Quill 
Scott Richard Rainville 
Mark J. Rauseo 
Michael R. Raymond 
Karen Anne Razzaboni 
Kim Michele Read 
Lisa Joyce Renner 
William D. Reynolds 
Russell Keith Rick 
Susan Ann Riess 
Mary Veronica Riley 
Michele Riley 
Joanne L. Rinaldi 
Carol Elizabeth Ring 
Karen Marie Rivers 
Stellane M. Roache 
John Francis Roberts, Jr. 
Faith Ellen Robinson 
Scott Robinson 
Paula M. Roche 
Joan Patricia Roderick 
Lisa Ann Russo 
Kevin W. Ryder 
Gina Marie Salvatore 
Christopher William Sardella 
Patricia Ann Scannell 
Anne Marie Schille 
Karen Mary Schwarz 
Maryann P. Seabury 
Dana T. Serrentino 
Julie Diane Sheldon 
Robert Sheppard 
Brian S. Sletterink 
Gregory S. Smith 
James A. Smith 
Michael F. Smith 
Michael Sean Smith 
Tara C. Soderstrom 
Priscilla Rose Spencer 
Kathleen Mary Stackhouse 
Paula F. Stangenberg 
Michael A. Stewart 
Christopher Wade Stone 
Gary A. Stout 
Glenn William Strauss 
James Michael Sullivan II 
Michael J. Sullivan 
Margaret Louise Sydlowski 
Paul Christopher Sydlowski 
Catherine Ruth Taatjes 



60 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Stephen J. Tague 
Robyne L. Tanner 
Joseph Tavano 
Wendy Taylor 
Yvette Lynne Taylor 
James Paul Tecce 
Tormod Tingstad 
Edward James Tisdale 
Kathryn Gisselle Toth 
Andrew W. E. Townshend 
Lee Trainor 
Robin Ann Troiano 
Sarah Tucker 
William Michael Turner 



Robert A. Valley 
Isaac J. Vega 
William E. Veno 
Linda Marie Vetrano 
Kristen L. VonRhee 
Bartlett Walker 
Lauren Marie Wallace 
Christine Marie Ward 
Patricia Leigh Watson 
Pamela Lynne Weisenbach 
Kandice Leigh Whitcomb 
Ann Marie White 
Scott Gardiner Wishart 
Joan Yebba 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



61 



CENSUS REPORT 
October 1, 1984 



SCHOOLS 


Under 5 
B G 


5 - 

B 


- 7 
G 


7 - 
B 


14 

G 


14 - 
B 


• 16 
G 


Over 16 
B G 


TOTAL 
B G 


GRAND 
TOTAL 


Public 


13 -11 


230 


215 


935 


960 


480 


463 


159 129 


1817 1778 


3595 


Nurseries , 
Kindergarten * 
Day Care 


135 151 


10 


8 " 


2 


1 






147 160 


307 


St. Joseph's 


4 1 


28 


23 


82 


81 






114 105 


219 


Nazaretn Academy 






1 


20 


5 


26 


26 


Private Schools 


1 1 


4 


3 


13 


17 


42 


11 


18 3 


78 35 


113 


Trade Schools 






2 


2 


62 


18 


31 7 


95 27 


122 


Institutions 










1 1 


1 1 


2 


*me Students 








3 




3 


3 


TOTALS 


153 164 


272 


249 


1034 


1062 


584 




515 


209 145 


2252 2135 


4387 



AGE AMD GRADE CHART 



October 1, 1984 



GRADE 


SEX 


AGE 

3 


1* 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


1U 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


TOTAL 


Special 


B 

G 










1 
1 


2 


3 
1 


3 
5 


2 
2 


2 










1 


1 
l 


l 
1 


1 
1 


1 
1 


16 

15 


Pre-School 


B 
G 


2 


6 

3 




































6 

3 


Kindergarten 


B 
G 




8 


103 
91 


24 
17 
































134 
116 


, 


B 
G 






4 
12 


95 
83 


37 
24 


1 




























136 
120 


2 


B 
G 








4 
12 


69 
95 


32 

30 


1 


























106 
137 


■} 


B 
G 










8 
7 


82 
72 


26 
17 


4 
























120 
96 


| 


B 
G 












4 

12 


55 
80 


45 

28 


2 
2 






















106 
122 


"! 


B 
G 












4 
19 


69 
86 


42 
27 


3 

1 


1 


















119 
133 


6 


B 
G 














5 

1 


52 

77 


53 
45 


3 
4 


















113 
127 


7 


B 
















16 
31 


122 

107 


15 
9 


3 

1 
















156 
148 


8 


B 
G 




















20 
17 


129 
124 


27 
11 


2 


2 












178 
154 


Q 


B 

G 






















25 
33 


113 
108 


19 
7 














157 
148 


10 


B 
G 
























16 
31 


115 
103 


54 

10 


1 










155 
145 


11 


G 


























26 
34 


120 

121 


iy 

5 










165 
160 


12 


E 
G 




























15 

35 


Life 

114 


lb 
5 


J 


1 




liU 
154 


Post Grad. 


B 
G 










































Total BOYS 




2 


11 


107 


123 


115 


120 


89 


176 


114 


198 


173 


159 


162 


159 


136 


16 


4 


2 


1 


1817 


Total GIRLS 






11 


103 


112 


127 


115 


117 


120 


139 


172 


170 


151 


144 


168 


120 


6 


1 


1 


1 


1778 


TCIAL 




2 


22 


210 


235 


242 


235 


206 


246 


253 


370 


343 


310 


306 


327 


256 


22 


5 


3 


2 


3595 



62 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





1984 








FINANCIAL REPORT 








WAKEFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 






Total 


Elementary 


Junior High 


High School 


Administration 










School Committee 










Salary - Clerk 


$ 3,033.72 








Other Expense 


42,160.75 








Superintendent's Office 










Salaries 


267,6-20.81 








Other Expense 


14,852.13 








Instruction 










Supervisors 










Salaries 


148,664.19 


49,733.86 


34,719.38 


64,210.95 


Other Expense 


4,824.05 


1,681.66 


1,756.60 


1,385.79 


Principals 










Salaries 


540,102.49 


225,778.72 


87,876.62 


226,447.15 


Other Expense 


21,999.27 


5,430.49 


2,865.20 


13,703.58 


Teaching 










Salaries 


6,369,153.65 


2,620,837.41 


1,094,715.46 


2,653,600.78 


Other Expense 


200,243.18 


46,703.97 


29,405.84 


124,133.37 


Textbooks 


62,785.85 


26,826.53 


10,439.11 


25,520.21 


Library Services 










Salaries 


118,632.40 


58,733.83 


25,375.20 


34,523.37 


Other Expense 


38,274.25 


11,049.49 


7,412.17 


19,812.59 


Audio Visual 


13,577.98 


5,067.03 


2,546.39 


5,964.56 


Guidance Services 










Salaries 


391,145.28 


81,489.00 


112,258.65 


197,397.63 


Other Expense 


6,709.49 


3,584.99 


953.02 


2,171.48 


Psychological Srvc. 










Salaries 


60,145.95 


30,073.23 


15,036.36 


15,036.36 


Other Expense 


1,821.18 


933.00 


396.92 


491.26 


Other School Services 










Health Salaries 


47,058.56 








Other Expense 


51,977.30 








Pupil Transportation 










Salaries 


47,824.96 








Other Expense 


259,266.66 








School Lunch 


4,166.82 








Operation & 










Maintenance 










Operation of Plant 


2,490.15 








Custodial Salaries 


559,547.09 


223,802.10 


144,191.74 


191,553.25 


Other Expense 


45,956.66 


23,090.63 


9,678.96 


13,178.07 


Heating of Bldgs. 


166,478.59 


71,663.15 


35,526.60 


59,288.84 


Utility Services 


230,636.25 


55,566.52 


54,638.04 


120,431.69 


Maintenance of Plant 


5,047.80 








Salaries 


89,137.31 








Grounds 


29,034.18 








Other Expense 


93,728.43 


37,603.88 


23,736.65 


32,387.90 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



63 



Maintenance/ 
Equipment 
Tuition 
Trade Schools 
Out of State Travel 
Capital Outlay 

TOTALS 



65,741.97 
280,084.71 

37,470.00 

4,633.81 

241,503.68 



21,861.41 



7,844.81 



36,035.75 



$10,567,531.55 $3,601,519.90 $1,701,373.72 $3,837,274.58 



WAKEFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 
Fiscal Year 1984 



Description 

Public Law 874 

Public Law 89-10 Tide 1-83 

METCO Program - 83 

Public Law 94-142 Improving Direct Service - 83 

Public Law 94-482 Impact of Divorce 

Public Law 89-313 Daisie - 82-83 

Project Save - 82 

E.C.I. A. Chapter 2 - Block Grant 

Microcomputer Literacy 

Revolving Account Community Education Program 

Revolving Account Replace Supplies Ch. 88-72 

Revolving Account Building Property 

Revolving Account Summer School 

Revolving Account Culinary Arts Program 

Revolving Account Athletic Fund 

Revolving Account School Lunch 

Revolving Account Gift Teachers Association 

Revolving Account Gift Wakefield Savings 

Revolving Account Summer SPED 

Improving Direct 84 

Develop Word Processing Skills 

METCO 84 

Introduction to Logo 

Computer for Special Needs Students 

Project Save 83 

Daisie 84 

Family Living S Single Parenting 

Chapter 1-84 

Skills Training Center 

Distributive Education 

Vocational Resource Center II 

You, Your Family, Your Health 

Block Grant 

Teaching Penmanship to Children with Special Needs 

Summer Music 

Science Department Secondary School 



Ba! 


Lance 






Balance 


July 1 


I, 1983 


Receipts 


Expenditures 


June 30, 1984 


38 


,963.74 


12,571.72 


22,914.80 


28,620.66 


18 


,984.73 


0.00 


18,984.73 


0.00 


2 


,516.64 


0.00 


2,516.64 


0.00 


7 


,307.85 


0.00 


7,307.85 


0.00 




350.14 


0.00 


350.14 


0.00 




287.16 


0.00 


287.16 


0.00 




164.27 


0.00 


164.27 


0.00 


2 


,185.20 


0.00 


2,172.47 


12.73 




140.00 


0.00 


140.00 


0.00 


11 


,106.17 


19,031.90 


20,263.27 


9,874.80 


10 


,840.25 


1,566.15 


3,134.76 


9,271.64 


1 


,160.63 


28,806.86 


23,285.05 


6,682.44 


13 


,564.54 


25,049.00 


22,218.29 


16,395.25 


1 


,222.27 


7,507.58 


6,694.21 


2,035.64 


22 


,335.03 


36,892.00 


54,481.00 


4,746.03 


11 


,173.43 


398,064.73 


389,059.66 


20,178.50 




206.22 


700.00 


172.35 


733.87 


2 


,000.00 


0.00 


2,000.00 


0.00 


1 


,200.00 


1,288.33 


1,197.64 


1,290.69 




0.00 


125,238.00 


107,922.47 


17,315.53 




0.00 


23,822.00 


21,283.01 


2,538.99 




0.00 


21,658.00 


18,943.74 


2,714.26 




0.00 


1,660.00 


1,660.00 


0.00 




0.00 


1,420.00 


1,211.95 


208.05 




0.00 


15,212.00 


15,020.70 


191.30 




0.00 


3,750.00 


1,818.45 


1,931.55 




916.00 


0.00 


916.00 


0.00 




0.00 


104,520.00 


90,893.35 


13,626.65 




0.00 


19,900.00 


17,406.80 


2,493.20 




0.00 


7,363.00 


5,018.40 


2,344.60 




0.00 


3,544.00 


2,803.74 


740.26 




0.00 


3,858.00 


3,381.37 


476.63 




0.00 


18,262.00 


16,149.27 


2,112.73 




0.00 


1,590.00 


1,481.85 


108.15 




0.00 


792.25 


792.25 


0.00 




525.00 


0.00 


525.00 


0.00 



64 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



WAKEFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



REVENUES 



July 1, 1983 - June 30, 1984 

P.L. 874 Aid to Impacted Areas 

P.L. 94-142 Title VI Education of Handicapped 

P.L. 94-142 Title VIB Dealing w/Special Needs Students 

P.L. 89-313 Project D.A.I. S.I. E. 

P.L. 91-230 Teaching Penmanship to Special Needss 

P.L. 94-482 Skills Training Center 

P.L. 94-482 Distributive Education Assistant 

P.L. 94-482 Vocational Resource Center 

P.L. 94-482 You, Your Family, Your Health 

P.L. 94-482 Develop Word Processing Skills 

ECIA Block Chapter II 

ECIA Chapter I Aid to Disadvantaged 

Project SAVE 

Microcomputer Literacy Workshop 

METCO 

School Construction 

Tuition & Transportation for State Wards 

Pupil Transportation 

School Aid Chapter 70 

Introduction to Logo 

Residential School Costs CSl-14 

Summer Music Program 



$12,571.72 

125,238.00 

1,420.00 

3,750.00 

1,590.00 

19,900.00 

7,363.00 

3,544.00 

3,858.00 

23,822.00 

18,262.00 

104,520.00 

13,812.00 

140.00 

21,658.00 

3,000.00 

37,378.00 

105,456.00 

1,893,082.00 

1,660.00 

30,825.00 

792.25 



Culinary Arts 

Summer School - Tuition 

Community Education Registration Fees 

Gift - Above Average Students 

Gift - Summer SPED Program 

Rental Fees 

Woodworking, Books & Insurance Losses 

Various 



7,507.58 

25,049.00 

19,014.26 

700.00 

1,288.33 
28,807.00 

1,566.00 

1,717.64 



Total $2,519,291.78 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



65 



WAKEFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

July 1, 1983 - June 30, 1984 

Band Uniforms (85) - $14,404.75 

IBM Selectric Typewriters (4) 3,312.00 

Painting - Hurd School I 7 , 561. 00 

Painting - Montrose Interior 17,360.00 

Painting - High School Exterior 8,340.00 

Re-Roofing - Franklin School 31,605.00 

Re-Roofing - Hurd School 10,996.00 

Boiler - Walton School 30,000.00 

Burner - Warren School 7,500.00 

Fire Detectors - Doyle School 3,716.15 

TV Monitors (3) 2,051.35 

16mm Projectors (2) 1,482.75 

Slide Projectors (4) 1,270.00 

Record Players (4) 428.00 

Filmstrip Projectors (4) 1,555.04 

Word Processors (3) 10,120.00 

Classroom Furniture 9,829.53 

Audio-Visual Equipment 6,661.11 

Library Security System 3,898.00 

Music Instruments 4,988.00 

High School Computer Upgrade 29,521.00 

Air Conditioner 1,150.00 

Sewing Machine 290.00 

SPED Bus 23,464.00 

Total $241,503.68 



66 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of the Board of Trustees 
Lucius Beebe Memorial Library 

The Massachusetts Board of Library Trustees holds a one-day conference 
each year in October. 

The conference schedule includes a series of workshops and a meeting. The 
workshops are designed to increase the trustees' awareness and knowledge of 
current laws pertaining to libraries and library trustees, technological changes, 
and library services. The trustees who attend the conference report to the rest of 
the board on the content of the workshops and the meeting. 

We all shared a common reaction after attending the conference — great 
pride in the staff and services offered by the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library. 

In April negotiations began to lease the Greenwood Branch Library to Bar- 
bara DeBenedictis for use as a day care center. A letter was sent to the Board of 
Selectmen in May containing all information about the proposed leasing of the 
branch library. In June the Greenwood Branch Library was leased to Barbara 
DeBenedictis and all items of the agreement were fulfilled. 

The computerized circulation system that was purchased and installed in 
1981 has grown from a consortium of five libraries to eleven with the possibility 
of adding more member libraries. Patrons of Lucius Beebe Memorial Library now 
have access to almost 500,000 volumes from member libraries. Director Sharon 
Gilley is a member of the executive board of the consortium NOBLE, the North 
of Boston Library Exchange. 

The Friends of the Library purchased an intercom and telephone system for 
the library and chairs for the Lecture Hall. We are grateful for these much need- 
ed and appreciated items and the work involved in the Friends' Annual Book 
Sale. 

We commend Director Sharon Gilley and Assistant Director Susan Flannery 
for their outstanding administration of the library. 

The staff gives patrons the benefit of their knowledge of library resources 
and services with courtesy and patience. We appreciate the atmosphere of pro- 
fessionalism and courtesy they create. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Board of Library Trustees 
JOHN SHEVLIN, Chairman 
BRUCE CAMPBELL, Vice Chairman 
RUTH FINLAY, Secretary 
WALTER HOWLETT 
ELSIE DONOVAN 
CHARLES O'CONNOR 
ELIZABETH FREEMAN 
MARY VINCENT 
PAUL DOOLEY 

REPORT OF THE LIBRARY DIRECTOR 

The major service of the library is lending books, but there are other ways in 
which the library served as an educational, cultural, and recreational resource to 
Wakefieldians during 1984. 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 67 



Services to Adults 

Former Governor John Volpe and author George Higgins both accepted in- 
vitations to speak. Governor Volpe's address was a feature of the library's 
Italian History Project, an effort to preserve a portion of Wakefield's ethnic 
heritage. Both speakers were videotaped for subsequent cablecasting. 

Participants in a resumes-writing workshop conducted by the North Shore 
Community College Placement Office designed resume's to serve as effective 
marketing tools for their individual purposes. 

Library staff addressed the Retired Men's Group and the Sisterhood of Tem- 
ple Emmanuel, as well as hosting monthly meetings of the Greenwood Book 
Group and the Great Books Discussion Group. 

In June, a Weaving Show drew participants from the greater Boston area. 
Weavers and spinners demonstrated their crafts and loaned their work for 
display. 

The library also exhibited award-winning photographs by Barrett Bacall, 
paintings by Forrest Musser and Adele Keohan, and a display on voting spon- 
sored by the League of Women Voters. 

Besides these library-sponsored activities, 185 events sponsored by local 
organizations took place in library meeting rooms. 

The Genealogy and Local History collections have been heavily used by 
homeowners, local businesses, and the Historical Commission. 

With a total of five notaries public on the staff, the library now provides 
notary service during most of the hours open. 

Staff and volunteers of the Adult Literacy Workshop taught two dozen adult 
students, most of whom learned English as a second language. Over the years, 
the ALW has enabled many newcomers to this country to become employable 
and has been the opening chapter to many success stories. 

Services to Youths 

Young adults participated in the summer reading program "Megabooks," 
acquired pen pals across the nation, attended a babysitting workshop sponsored 
in cooperation with Melrose- Wakefield Hospital, and thrilled to the Electric 
Stars' breakdancing demonstration. In addition, author Richard Peck and col- 
umnist Beth Winship spoke to young people and parents. 

Members of the "Explorers' Club," the summer reading program for 
children, made everything from ookpicks to polar bears and visited Harvard 
University's Peabody Museum. 

During the winter months, each week's rhythm was set by the seven weekly 
story hour sessions conducted for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Participants 
learned about the pleasures of books and their library. 

Wakefieldians who subscribe to cable may have seen the library's Tell Me a 
Story, a reading-aloud experience featuring local youngsters. 

Special events included performances by the Ha' Penny Puppets, Boston 
Lamplight Puppet Theatre, Gerwick Puppets Theatre, Mother Goose (Marcia 
Perlmutter), and an anonymous Clown. Children's author Jean van Leeuwen 
spoke to third graders, author Jim Trelease exhorted parents to read to their off- 
spring, and storyteller Jackie Torrence enraputred a capacity crowd of aU ages. 

Technical Services 

Non-circulating collections are being entered into the data base shared by 



68 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



eleven neighboring libraries. This enables staff to locate resources needed for 
patron reference. Eventually, the data base will be made available to all library 
patrons, thereby making the time-honored card catalog obsolete. 

With the assistance of the Summer Youth Employment Program, one third 
of the adult collection was inventoried. 

Volunteers 

The Friends of the Library continue to provide copier service, museum 
passes, and the annual booksale. 

Readers unable to come to the library have been grateful for the book 
delivery service provided by generous volunteers. 

Finally, no one would be able to find anything at the Beebe Library were it 
not for a small corps of very reliable volunteers who help keep the books in order 
on the shelves. 

Respectfully submitted, 

SHARON A. GILLEY 
Library Director 



LIBRARY STATISTICS 

Resources* 

Hardcover Volumes 75,143 

Periodical Titles 209 

Pamphlets 15,612 

Maps 1,060 

Records 2,725 

Cassettes 154 

Filmstrips 51 

Kits 114 

Framed Prints 25 

Realia 17 

Microfilm Reels 940 

Microfiche Cards 2,275 

Museum Memberships 5 

Circulation 

Books 163,998 

Periodicals 7,050 

Pamphlets and Maps 927 

Records and Cassettes 7,598 

Framed Prints 46 

Other 4,727 

Total Circulation 184,346 

Reference Use 

Reference questions answered 7,918 

Research questions answered 4,199 

♦These figures have been adjusted to reflect the closing of the Greenwood and 
Montrose Branch Libraries. 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 69 



Report of the 
Municipal Light Department 

To the Citizens of the Town of Wakefield . . . 

We are pleased to submit our ninety-first Annual Report of the Municipal 
Light Department, covering the period July 1, 1983, to June 30, 1984. 

Electric Operations: 

Kilowatt hour sales to customers were 8.5% higher than the previous year 
due to some commercial and industrial growth in Wakefield. Major construction 
expenditures included replacement of approximately sixty poles and the pur- 
chase and installation of sixteen transformers of various sizes. 

Gas Operations: 

Gas sales to customers were 9.5% higher than the previous year due to an in- 
crease in the number of gas heat customers and the slightly colder weather. The 
Department had one major construction expenditure: the installation of 2000 
feet of new gas main on Pleasant Street, which replaced an old cast iron main. 

Respectfully submitted, 

KENNETH CHASE, JR., Chairman 
F. LEO DELORY, Secretary 
GILBERT J. MCCARTHY 
JAMES H. MURPHY 
J. EDWARD SURETTE 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 
MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

BALANCE SHEET 
JUNE 30, 1984 AND 1983 

1984 1983 

ASSETS 

Utility plant, at cost: 
Electric $ 8,307,766 $ 8,036,893 

Gas 2,424,515 2,320,200 



^ 719 959 673,828 

Common iiv,vov « — . 

11,452,240 11,030,921 

Less accumulated depreciation 8,275,597 7,901,870 

Net utility plant in service 3,176,643 — 3,129,051 

Special funds ___ 

Self-insurance fund 199.247 181.555 

Depreciation fund 180,860 187,937 

Retirement trust fund 82,300 

Total special funds 

Current assets: ___ „ 1Q 

Cash - operating fund 662,907 255,618 

Restricted cash 254,862 203,184 



462,407 369,492 



70 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Customer accounts receivable, less 
allowance for doubtful accounts 
($80,000 in 1984, $65,000 in 1983) 

Unbilled revenues 

Materials and supplies, at average cost 

Prepaid expenses 

Total current assets 
Deferred debits 



1,464,178 


1,235,320 


529,430 


— 


251,959 


262,277 


491,600 


373,157 


3,654,936 


2,329,556 


124,188 


55,958 


$ 7,418,174 


$ 5,884,057 



1984 1983 

CAPITALIZATION AND LIABILITIES 

Capitalizations: 
Retailed earnings 
Appropriated 
Unappropriated 

Total retained earnings 
Long-term debt, excluding current 
installments 

Total capitalization 

Current liabilities: 
Current installments of long-term debt 
Customer deposits 
Accrued expenses 
Funds advanced from Town 
of Wakefield 

Total current liabilities 



$ 


199,247 


$ 181,555 




6,214,891 


4,898,564 




6,414,138 


5,080,119 




465,000 


525,000 




6,879,138 


5,605,119 




60,000 


60,000 




166,353 


154,201 




295,934 


46,128 




16,749 


18,609 




539,036 


278,938 


$ 


7,418,174 


$ 5,884,057 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



71 



MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

Statements of Operations and Retained Earnings 

Years ended June 30, 1984 and 1983 

1984 



Operating revenues: 
Electric 
Gas 

Total operating revnues 
Operating expenses: 
Operation: 
Purchased power 
Gas purchased 
Distribution expense 
General and administrative 
Other 
Maintenance 
Depreciation 
Payment in lieu of taxes 

Total operating expenses 

Operating income (loss) 
Other income, principally interest 

Income before interest expense 
Interest expense 

Income before cumulative effect of 
a change in accounting principle 
Cumulative effect on prior years (to 
June 30, 1983) of changing to a new 
method of accounting for unbilled 
revenues 

Net income 
Retained earnings at beginning of year 

Retained earnings at end of year 



863,452 



470,567 

1,334,019 

5,080,119 

$ 6,414,138 



1983 



$10,932,639 


$ 9,149,166 


2,466,679 


2,701,803 


13,399,318 


11,850,969 


8,406,287 


7,328,633 


1,658,213 


1,709,601 


826,878 


752,463 


811,236 


730,584 


283,353 


255,803 


332,891 


295,118 


425,920 


480,287 


330,417 


300,000 


13,075,195 


11,852,489 


324,123 


(1,520) 


577,216 


71,074 


901,339 


69,554 


37,887 


31,843 



37,711 



37,711 
5,042,408 

$ 5,080,119 



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MUNICIPAL LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

Statement of Changes in Financial Position 
Years ended June 30, 1984 and 1983 

1984 1983 

Sources of working capital: 
Working capital provided by operations: 
Net income before cumulative effect of 

a change in accounting principle $ 863,452 $ 37,711 

Cumulative effect on prior years of 
changes to a new method of 

accounting for unbilled revenues 470,567 — 

Items which do not use working capital: 
Depreciation 425,920 480,287 

Working capital provided by 
operations 
Decrease in deferred debits 

Total sources of working capital 

Uses of working capital: 
Additions to utility plant 
Retirement of long-term debt 
Net increase in special funds 
Increase in deferred debits 

Total uses of working capital 

Increase (decrease) in working 
capital 

Changes in components of working capital: 
Increase (decrease) in current assets: 
Cash — operating fund 
Restricted cash 
Unbilled revenues 
Customer accounts receivable 
Materials and supplies 
Prepaid expenses 

Increase (decrease) in current liabilities: 
Customer deposits 
Accrued expenses 
Current installments of long-term 

debt 
Funds advanced from Town of 
Wakefield 



Increase (decrease) in working 
capital 



1,759,939 


517,998 


— 


106,297 


1,759,939 


624,295 


473,512 


361,279 


60,000 


60,000 


92,915 


210,238 


68,230 


— 


694,657 


631,517 


$ 1,065,282 


$ (7,222) 


407,289 


(128,424) 


51,678 


35,316 


529,430 


— 


228,858 


174,450 


(10,318) 


(41,430) 


118,443 


(22,176) 


1,325,380 


17,736 


12,152 


16,776 


249,806 


25,015 


— 


(5,000) 


(1,860) 


(11,833) 


260,098 


24,958 


$ 1,065,282 


$ (7,222) 




Vital Statistics 



TOWN CLERKS REPORT 

Town Meetings 

Voting Results 

Births, Marriages, Deaths 

TOWN TREASURER 

CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT BOARD 



74 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



WAKEFIELD ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
MARCH 12, 1984 



The Moderator, Mr. Albert J. Turco, called the meeting to order in the 
auditorium of the Memorial Junior High School, Main Street, Wakefield, Mass. 

The Moderator then recognized Alfred A. Palmerino, Chairman of the 
Finance Committee who moved that further reading of the Warrant with the ex- 
ception of the Constable's return be dispensed with. 

After the reading of the Constable's return by the Town Clerk, Mr. 
Palmerino then made the following explanation: 

The Warrant has been printed and the order of business to be voted is before 
us. However, the recommendations of the Finance Committee to the Townspeo- 
ple of Wakefield have not been voted. 

The Finance Committee commenced hearing departmental budgets for 
Fiscal 1985 on February 16, 1984. The Committee has set April 7, 1984 as a final 
date to complete its review and recommendations of budgets and articles for the 
1984 Town Meeting. 

The interval between April 7, 1984 and the Town Meeting date of May 14, 
1984 is necessary in order to provide sufficient time for the printing of the Town 
Meeting Booklet and its review by the citizens of Wakefield. 

The Chairman then moved that this meeting be adjourned until May 14, 
1984 at 7:30 p.m. There were 23 people in attendance for this 3 minute meeting. 

A TRUE RECORD THELMA E. RENNARD 

ATTEST Town Clerk 



WAKEFIELD ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

MAY 14, 1984 

SECOND SESSION 



Mr. Albert Turco, Moderator, opened the second session of the Annual Town 
Meeting at 7:33 p.m. in the auditorium of the Memorial Junior High School, 
Wakefield, Mass. 

The pages were introduced who were students of the Social Studies class of 
the High School. The visitors, Boy Scouts, High School students, and newspeo- 
ple were asked to stand and be recognized. The tellers, who were duly sworn, 
were announced. 

Mr. John "Wally" Moccia was recognized then by the Moderator. He moved 
that we observe a moment of silence in memory of Mary Egan. 



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ARTICLE 1 
To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Treasurer, with the approval of 
the Selectmen, to borrow in anticipation of the revenue for the fiscal period July 
1, 1984 to June 30, 1985, in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and acts in amendment thereof, and to renew any note or notes as may be given 
for a period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, 
Section 17. 

Paul Lazzaro and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Selectmen, to borrow in anticipation of the revenue for the fiscal period July 1, 
1984 to June 30, 1985, in accordance with General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, 
and the Acts in amendment thereof, and to renew any note or notes as may be 
given for a period of less than one (1) year in accordance with General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 17. 

ARTICLE 2 

To determine how much money the Town will raise and appropriate for 
General Government, Protection of Persons and Property, Health and Sanita- 
tion, Public Works, Veterans' Benefits, Education, Recreation, Unclassified, 
Employee's Contributory and Non-Contributory Retirement System and Con- 
tributory Group Health, Accident and Life Insurance, Public Service Enter- 
prises, Interest and Maturing Debt, specifying what appropriations shall be 
taken from the receipts of a department. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town vote to raise and appropriate the sums of money as 
detailed in the following budget recommendations for the Fiscal Year July 1, 
1984 through June 30, 1985, the grand total amounting to $21,701,822.00. 

The Finance Committee's motion will provide for the breakdown of this 
amount and the sources thereof in the various classifications as described in the 
Finance Committee report. 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $912,517.00 for 
General Government, and to provide therefor: 

The sum of $15,000.00 to be appropriated by transfer from the Federal 
Revenue Sharing Fund, P.L. 92-512, State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 
1972, as amended by the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Amendments of 1976 
& 1983 to the Accounting Department, Contractual Services Account: and the 
sum of $897,517.00 be raised and appropriated from Tax Levy as follows: 

Selectmen's Department: 

Salaries of the Board $ 3,000.00 
Personal Services 58,321.00 

Materials and Supplies 720.00 

Contractual Services 16,480.00 

Total * 78,521.00 



76 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Accounting Department: 

Personal Services $ 147,141.00 
Materials and Supplies 2,050.00 

Contractual Services 8,678.00 

Sundry Charges 400.00 

Total $ 158,269.00 

Data Processing Department: 

Personal Services $ 57,754.00 
Materials and Supplies 1,300.00 

Contractual Services . 44,915.00 

Sundry Charges 25.00 

Total $ 103,994.00 

Treasurer's Department: 

Salary of the Treasurer $ 13,474.00 
Personal Services 37,312.00 

Tax Titles 3,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 500.00 

Contractual Services 6,350.00 

Sundry Charges 203.00 

Total $ 60,839.00 

Legal Department: 

Personal Services $ 50,580.00 
Materials and Supplies 1,300.00 

Contractual Services 16,074.00 

Sundry Charges 100.00 

Total $ 68,054.00 

Legal Damages: $6,560.00 

Total $ 6,560.00 

Collector's Department: 

Salary of the Collector $ 18,550.00 
Personal Services 47,184.00 

Materials and Supplies 600.00 

Contractual Services 10,275.00 

Sundry Charges 85.00 

Total " $ 76,694.00 

Assessors' Department: 

Salaries of the Board $ 4,002.00 
Personal Services 74,331.00 

Materials and Supplies 950.00 

Contractual Services 77,930.00 

Sundry Charges 726.00 

Total $ 157,939.00 

Town Clerk's Department: 

Salary of Town Clerk $ 20,140.00 
Personal Services 23,434.00 

Materials and Supplies 400.00 

Contractual Services 8,130.00 

Sundry Charges 100.00 

Total $ 52,204.00 



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77 



Election & Registration: 

Personal Services 
Materials and Supplies 
Contractual Services 

Total 
Election Expense: 
Personal Services 
Contractual Services 

Total 
Personnel Department: 
Personal Services 
Materials and Supplies 
Contractual Services 

Total 

Personnel Advisory Committee: 

Personal Services 
Materials and Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Total 
Finance Committee: 
Personal Services 

Materials and Supplies, Contractual 
Services, and Sundry Charges 
Total 

Conservation Commission: 

Materials & Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 
Total 
Planning Board: 

Personal Services 
Materials and Supplies 
Contractual Services 
Sundry Charges 

Total 
Board of Appeals: 
Total 



$ 


11,091.00 

125.00 

13,300.00 










$ 


24,516.00 


$ 


8,963.00 
3,200.00 










$ 


12,163.00 


$ 


61,644.00 
375.00 
950.00 










$ 


62,969.00 


$ 


750.00 

50.00 

150.00 










$ 


950.00 


$ 


13,573.00 
4,325.00 










$ 


17,898.00 


$ 


70.00 
405.00 
195.00 










$ 


670.00 


$ 


2,700.00 

65.00 

4,692.00 

120.00 








$7,700.00 


$ 


7,577.00 






$ 


7,700.00 



PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY 

On Motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,123,211.00 for 
Protection of Persons and Property, and to provide therefor: 

The sum of $500,000.00 to be appropriated by transfer from the Federal 
Revenue Sharing Fund, P.L. 92-512, State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 
1972, as amended by the State and Local Fiscal Amendments of 1976 & 1983 to 
be allocated as follows: to the Police Department, Personal Services Account, the 
amount of $250,000.00, and to the Fire Department, Personal Services Account, 
the amount of $250,000.00; and that the sum of $2,623,211.00 be raised and ap- 
propriated from Tax Levy as follows: 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Police Department: 










Personal Services 


$ 1,137,324.00 






Materials and Supplies 




60,057.00 






Contractual Services 




28,480.00 






Sundry Charges 




450.00 






Total 






$ 1,226,311.00 


Fire Department: 










Personal Services 


$ 1,141,873.00 






Materials and Supplies 




40,264.00 






Contractual Services 




18,371.00 






Sundry Charges 




360.00 






Total 






$ 1,200,868.00 


Fire Alarm, Police Signals, 










and Traffic Lights: 


$ 


16,400.00 






Total 






$ 


16,400.00 


Civil Defense: 










Personal Services 


$ 


2,621.00 






Materials and Supplies 




3,675.00 






Contractual Services 




960.00 






Sundry Charges 




35.00 






Total 






$ 


7,291.00 


Parking Clerk: 










Personal Services 


$ 


4,925.00 






Materials & Supplies 




60.00 






Contractual Services 




1,300.00 






Total 






$ 


6,285.00 


Building Department: 










Personal Services 


$ 


63,730.00 






Materials and Supplies 




1,160.00 






Contractual Services 




7,761.00 






Sundry Charges 




75.00 






Total 






$ 


72,726.00 


Sealer of Weights and Measures: 










Personal Services 


$ 


7,403.00 






Materials and Supplies 




205.00 






Contractual Services 




800.00 






Sundry Charges 




10.00 






Total 






$ 


8,418.00 


Animal Inspector: 










Personal Services 


$ 


24,634.00 






Materials and Supplies 




2,556.00 






Contractual Services 




750.00 






Sundry Charges 




2,400.00 






Total 






$ 


30,340.00 


Traffic Supervisors: 










Personal Services 


$ 


52,572.00 






Materials & Supplies 




2,000.00 






Total 






$ 


54,572.00 



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79 



HEALTH AND SANITATION 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise from Tax Levy the sum of $53,785.00 for Health 
and Sanitation as follows: 

Health Department: 

Salaries of the Board " $ 650.00 

Personal Services 43,945.00 

Materials and Supplies 2,150.00 

Contractual Services 6,975.00 

Sundry Charges 65.00 

Total $ 53,785.00 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $3,348,591.00, and to 
provide therefor: 

The sum of $66,561.97 to be appropriated by transfer to the Public Works, 
Personal Services Account, from the following accounts: Perpetual Care Income, 
$46,261.15; Park Trust Funds Available, $180.82; Sale of Lots Fund, $20,120.00; 
and the sum of $3,282,029.03 be raised and appropriated from Tax Levy as 
follows: 



Public Works Department: 






Personal Services 


$ 1,157,599.03 




Materials and Supplies 


200,750.00 




Contractual Services 


508,100.00 




Sundry Charges 


810.00 




Travel Outside the 






Commonwealth 


600.00 




Snow and Ice 


185,000.00 




Total 




$ 2,052,859.03 


Street Lights: 


$ 130,000.00 




Total 




$ 130,000.00 


Water Division: 






Personal Services 


$ 199,238.00 




Materials and Supplies 


53,000.00 




Contractual Services 


96,700.00 




Sundry Charges 


200.00 




Professional Medical Services 


200.00 




Pension Non-Contributory 


27,692.00 




Contributory Retirement Pension 


53,993.00 




Group Insurance 


41,522.00 




Workers' Compensation Insurance 


10,435.00 




General Insurance 


8,300.00 




M.D.C. Water Assessment 


159,598.00 




Total 




$ 650,878.00 


Sewer Division: 






Personal Services 


$ 111,091.00 




Materials and Supplies 
Cnntrartiial Services 


16,700.00 
35,400.00 





80 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Sundry Charges 25.00 

M.D.C. Sewer Assessment 285,076.00 

Total $ 448,292.00 

VETERANS' DEPARTMENT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $76,497.00 from Tax 
Levy for Veterans' Benefits as follows: 

Veterans' Department: 

Personal Services • $ 24,368.00 

Recipients 50,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 265.00 

Contractual Services 1,650.00 

Sundry Charges 35.00 

Care of Veterans' Graves 179.00 

Total $ 76,497.00 

EDUCATION 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate $11,104,706.00 for Education, 
and to provide therefor: 

The sum of $18,058.00 be appropriated by transfer to the School Depart- 
ment, Materials & Supplies, Contractual Services and Sundry Charges Account 
from the National Defense Education Act, P.L. 874. 

The sum of $39,756.90 be appropriated by transfer to the Library, Materials 
and Supplies Account from the following accounts: Dog Tax Refund from the 
County, $1,446.08; Library Trust Fund Income Available, $18,646.32; State Aid 
to Free Public Libraries, $19,664.50; and the sum of $11,046,891.10 be raised and 
appropriated from Tax Levy as follows: 

School Department: 

Personal Services $ 8,845,996.00 

Materials and Supplies, Contractual 

Services, and Sundry Charges 1,507,103.00 

Trade Schools 22,000.00 

Travel Outside the 

Commonwealth 6,090.00 

Total $ 10,381,189.00 

Northeast Metropolitan Regional 
Vocational School: $ 259,258.00 

Library Department: 

Personal Services $ 296,024.00 

Materials and Supplies N 47,361.10 

Contractual Services 63,059.00 

Total $ 406,444.10 

RECREATION 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $80,630.00 from Tax 
Levy for Recreation as follows: 



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Recreation Commission: 








Personal Services 


$ 


18,293.00 




Materials and Supplies 




11,161.00 




Contractual Services 




2,775.00 




Total 




$ 


32,229.00 


Council on Aging: 








Personal Services 


$. 


41,886.00 




Materials and Supplies 




3,425.00 




Contractual Services 




3,080.00 




Sundry Charges 




10.00 




Total 




$ 


48,401.00 



UNCLASSIFIED 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $444,336.00 for 
Unclassified and to provide therefor: 

The sum of $13,418.47 be appropriated by transfer from Overlay Surplus Ac- 
count to the Reserve Fund; and the sum of $42,249.00 be appropriated by 
transfer from Workers' Compensation Premium Credit Account to the Workers' 
Compensation Insurance Account; and the sum of $388,668.53 be raised and ap- 
propriated from Tax Levy as follows: 

Miscellaneous Account $ 4,220.00 

Rifle Range 100.00 

General Insurance 113,866.00 

Workers' Compensation Insurance 96,101.00 

Unemployment Compensation Insurance 25,000.00 

Professional Medical Services 2,800.00 

Reserve Fund 146,581.53 

Total $ 388,668.53 



EMPLOYEES' CONTRIBUTORY AND NON-CONTRIBUTORY 

RETIREMENT SYSTEM AND CONTRIBUTORY GROUP 

HEALTH, ACCIDENT AND LIFE INSURANCE 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $2,407,549.00 for 
Employees' Contributory and Non-Contributory Group Health, Accident and 
Life Insurance and to provide therefor: 

The sum of $15,261.00 be appropriated by transfer from the Group Health 
Premium Credit Account to the Contributory Group Health, Accident and Life 
Insurance Account; and the sum of $2,392,288.00 be raised and appropriated 
from Tax Levy as follows: 

Retirement System: 

Pension Accumulation Fund $ 1,142,069.00 

Expense Fund 43,329.00 

Workers' Compensation Credit 3,294.00 

Non-Contributory Pension Fund 149,887.00 

Assessments, Non-Contributory 
Pension Fund 651.00 

Total $ 1,339,230.00 



82 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

Contributory Group Health, 
Accident and Life Insurance: 

Personal Services $ 24,126.00 

Town Appropriation 1,028,932.00 

Total $ 1,053,058.00 

INTEREST AND MATURING DEBT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $150,000.00 from 
Tax Levy for Interest and Maturing Debt as follows: 
Interest Debt $ 150,000.00 

Total $ 150,000.00 

LIGHT DEPARTMENT 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town appropriate the sum of $88,628.75 to provide for 
payments due for the period of July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985 on bonds of the 
Light Department and interest on such bonds; and to appropriate the sum of 
$690.00 for the salaries of the Light Commissioners to be taken from the receipts 
of the department for the above-mentioned period; and to transfer the sum of 
$89,491.84 from the Light Operation Account to the Non-Contributory Veterans' 
Pension Account; and to transfer the sum of $166,730.14 from the Light Opera- 
tion Account to the Contributory Retirement Pension Accumulation Fund Ac- 
count; and to transfer the sum of $157,628.00 from the Light Operation Account 
to the Employees' Group Insurance Account; and to transfer the sum of 
$5,000.00 from the Light Operation Account to Travel Outside the Com- 
monwealth; and to transfer the sum of $38,615.00 from the Light Operation Ac- 
count to the Workers' Compensation Insurance Account; and to transfer the 
sum of $7,000.00 from the Light Operation Account to the Unemployment Com- 
pensation Account, and the balance of the receipts of the Department from July 
1, 1984 to June 30, 1985 be appropriated for the use of the department for other 
expenditures, provided, however, that if the income from said department shall 
exceed the expenses of the department for said period of time, the use of the ex- 
cess, in whole or in part, to be determined by the 1985 Annual Town Meeting. 



ARTICLE 3 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to pay the rental for the year 1984 to the Boston and Maine Railroad or 
its assignees for three parcels of land occupied as parking areas on North Avenue 
as set forth in an original lease dated November 10, 1955. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of $12.00 
to carry out the purposes of Article #3. 

ARTICLE 4 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize and instruct the Board of Selectmen 
to lease to the Wakefield Little League Association, for a nominal consideration, 
and upon terms acceptable to the Board of Selectmen, a certain parcel of land 
containing approximately 70,400 square feet, being Lots 74F and 74K as shown 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 83 



on Plat 31 of the Wakefield Assessors' Plans and lying westerly on Del Carmine 
Street, or to take any other action relative thereto. 

Wakefield Little League 
Association, Inc. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to lease to the 
Wakefield Little League Association, for a nominal consideration, and upon 
terms acceptable to the Board of Selectmen, a certain parcel of land containing 
approximately 70,400 square feet, being Lots 74F and 74K as shown on Plat 31 
of the Wakefield Assessors' Plans and lying westerly on Del Carmine Street. 



ARTICLE 5 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to pay the rental for the rental year commencing July 1, 1984, to Dover 
Kline Company for land occupied as a parking area on Center Street. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$2,800.00 to carry out the purposes of Article #5. 

ARTICLE 6 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money for the 
proper observance of Veterans' Day, to be expended by the Board of Selectmen. 

Robert Reid, and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$100.00 to carry out the purposes of Article #6. 

ARTICLE 7 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money for the 
proper observance of Memorial Day, to be expended by the Board of Selectmen. 

Robert Reid, and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$1,000.00 to carry out the purposes of Article #7. 

ARTICLE 8 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Police Officers 
of the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical, and hospitalization expenses as a 
result of injuries received by the Officers in the performance of their duties, as 
provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of Mass. General Laws m such 
amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum ot 
$11,366.14 to carry out the purposes of Article #8. 



84 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

ARTICLE 9 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Firefighters of 
the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgicial and hospitalization expenses as a 
result of injuries received by the Firefighters in the performance of their duties, 
as provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of the Mass. General Laws, in such 
amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$3,351.98 to carry out the purposes of Article #9. 

ARTICLE 10 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money for the 
collection and/ or disposal of garbage, rubbish, and refuse, or to take any other ac- 
tion in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $202,500.00 for the 
collection of and/or disposal of garbage, rubbish and refuse, and to provide 
therefor, the sum of $196,796.13 be raised and appropriated from tax levy and 
the sum of $5,703.87 be appropriated by transfer from the following available 
balances. 

Description Amount 

Rental B. & M. Parking Area (82-1) $ 12.00 

Rental Center St. Parking Area (82-2) 1,224.75 

Special Town Meeting 12-6-82 

Indemnify Firefighters (82-18) 17.00 

State Aid Highways (79-13) 1.00 

Street Acceptance (81-12) 1.00 

Eminent Domain Conveyance (82-14) 1.00 

Construction of Sanitary Sewers (79-21) 4,447.12 

ARTICLE 11 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to accept, 
or to take by eminent domain proceedings, conveyances or easements from time 
to time, giving the Town the right to construct and maintain drains, sewers, 
water lines, retaining walls and streets, and to raise and appropriate a sufficient 
sum of money to carry out the purpose of this article. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to 
accept, or to take by eminent domain proceedings, conveyances or easements 
from time to time, giving the Town the right to construct and maintain drains, 
sewers, water lines, retaining walls and streets, and to raise and appropriate from 
tax levy the sum of $1.00 to carry out the purposes of Article 11. 

ARTICLE 12 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to be used in conjunction with, and in addition to, any funds allotted by 



Year 


Article 


1982 


3 


1982 


5 


1982 


3 


1979 


23 


1981 


20 


1982 


22 


1979 


33 



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the Commonwealth for the construction, reconstruction, and improvement of 
Town roads and to authorize the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of 
Selectmen, to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town in anticipation of 
reimbursement from the Commonwealth, and to authorize the Board of Public 
Works to acquire by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights and 
easements necessary in connection therewith, or to take any other action in rela- 
tion thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to 
apply for, receive and expend any funds allotted by the Commonwealth for the 
construction, reconstruction and improvement of town roads, and to authorize 
the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to borrow and issue 
notes or bonds of the Town in anticipation of reimbursement from the Com- 
monwealth, and to authorize the Board of Public Works to acquire by purchase 
or eminent domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in connection 
therewith, and to provide therefor, the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$1.00. 

ARTICLE 13 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to con- 
struct or reconstruct sanitary sewers across private lands and/or in or across 
highways hereinafter named and to see if the Town will raise and appropriate a 
sufficient sum of money therefor and/or authorize the Treasurer with the ap- 
proval of the Board of Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town 
therefor and/or appropriate by transfer from available balances and authorize 
the Board of Public Works to purchase or take by right of eminent domain 
easements and rights on and over private land necessary for the construction, 
reconstruction, maintenance and repair of said sewers: 

(a) Shady Avenue — From an existing manhole at the intersection of Gerard 
Street with Sherman Road thence running Northwesterly through 
private lands and along Shady Avenue a distance of 1250 feet to a dead 
end manhole near number 48 Green Street. 

(b) Dillaway Street — From an existing manhole at the intersection of 
Dillaway Street with Upland Road thence running Northeasterly along 
Dillaway Street a distance of 470 feet to the intersection of Dillaway 
Street with Sidney Street. 

(c) Sidney Street — From a proposed manhole at the intersection of 
Dillaway Street with Sidney Street thence running Southwesterly a 
distance of 480 feet to a dead end near number 23 Sidney Street. 

(d) Upland Road — From an existing cleanout near number 5 Upland Road 
thence running Southeasterly along Upland Road a distance of 210 feet 
to a dead end near number 14 Upland Road. 

Board of Health 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town authorize the Board of Public Works to 
construct or reconstruct sanitary sewers across private lands and/or in or across 
highways hereinafter named, and authorize the Board of Public Works to pur- 
chase or take by right of eminent domain easements and rights on and over 
private land necessary for construction, reconstruction, maintenance and repair 
of said sewers. 



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(a) Shady Avenue — From an existing manhole at the intersection of Gerard 
Street with Sherman Road thence running Northwesterly through 
private lands and along Shady Avenue a distance of 1250 feet to a dead 
end manhole near number 48 Green Street. 

(b) Dillaway Street — From an existing manhole at the intersection of 
Dillaway Street with Upland Road thence running Northeasterly along 
Dillaway Street a distance of 470 feet to the intersection of Dillaway 
Street with Sidney Street. 

(c) Sidney Street — From a proposed manhole at the intersection of 
Dillaway Street with Sidney Street, thence running Southwesterly a dis- 
tance of 480 feet to a dead end near number 23 Sidney Street. 

(d) Upland Road — From an existing cleanout near number 5 Upland Road 
thence running Southeasterly along Upland Road a distance of 210 feet 
to a dead end near number 14 Upland Road. 

and to provide therefor, the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$130,700. 

ARTICLE 14 

To hear and act upon a report of the Board of Public Works in laying out 
town ways under the Betterment Act in substantially the same location as the 
private ways listed below, and authorize the acquisition by purchase or eminent 
domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in connection therewith for 
construction, reconstruction and maintenance, to slope land back from street 
lines and to construct retaining walls in land adjoining the location of said ways 
in accordance with applicable sections of the Massachusetts General Laws: 

(a) Rivers Lane — from its intersection with Farm Street, thence running 
northeasterly approximately 302 feet to a turnaround 

(b) Sesame Street — from its intersection with Vernon Street, thence run- 
ning southeasterly approximately 495 feet to its intersection with 
Mansfield Drive 

(c) Collins Road — from its intersection with Butler Avenue, thence south- 
easterly, easterly and northeasterly approximately 900 feet to a turn- 
around 

(d) Rosemary Avenue — from its intersection with Water Street, thence 
northeasterly, easterly, southeasterly, easterly and northeasterly ap- 
proximately 2,100 feet to its intersection with Ledgewood Road 

(e) Roosevelt Road (Extension) — from its intersection with Rosemary 
Avenue, thence southeasterly approximately 678 feet to the existing 
public way section of said Roosevelt Road 

(f) Mansion Road — from its intersection with Jordan Avenue, thence 
southwesterly, westerly and northwesterly approximately 712 feet to a 
turnaround 

(g) Winship Drive — from its intersection with Mansion Road, thence south- 
westerly, westerly and northwesterly approximately 625 feet to a turn- 
around 

or take any other action in relation there to. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town accept and adopt under the Betterment 



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Act the report of the Board of Public Works on the acceptance and layout of the 
Town ways in substantially the same location as the private ways listed below, 
and authorize the acquisition by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights 
and easements necessary in connection therewith for construction, reconstruc- 
tion and maintenance, to slope land back from street lines and to construct re- 
taining walls in land adjoining the location of said ways in accordance with ap- 
plicable sections of the Massachusetts General Laws: 

(a) Rivers Lane — from its intersection with Farm Street, thence running 
northeasterly approximately 302 feet to a turnaround 

(b) Sesame Street — from its intersection with Vernon Street, thence run- 
ning southeasterly approximately 495 feet to its intersection with 
Mansfield Drive 

(c) Collins Road — from its intersection with Butler Avenue, thence 
southeasterly, easterly and northeasterly approximately 900 feet to a 
turnaround 

(d) Rosemary Avenue — from its intersection with Water Street, thence 
northeasterly, easterly, southeasterly, easterly and northeasterly ap- 
proximately 2,100 feet to its intersection with Ledgewood Road 

(e) Roosevelt Road (Extension) — from its intersection with Rosemary 
Avenue, thence southeasterly approximately 678 feet to the existing 
public way section of said Roosevelt Road 

and to provide therefor, the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$1.00. 

ARTICLE 15 
To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Public Works to con- 
struct or reconstruct sanitary sewers across private lands and/or in or across 
highways hereinafter named and to see if the Town will raise and appropriate a 
sufficient sum of money therefor and/or authorize the Treasurer with the ap- 
proval of the Board of Selectmen to borrow and issue notes or bonds of the Town 
therefor and/or appropriate by transfer from available balances and authorize 
the Board of Public Works to purchase or take by right of eminent domain 
easements and rights on and over private land necessary for the construction, 
reconstruction, maintenance and repair of said sewers: 

Water Street - beginning at an existing sewer manhole at the intersection 
of Melvin Street with Water Street, thence running easterly 280 feet to a 
proposed manhole near Clayton Foundry. 

Marjorie E. Mignosa and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 16 

To see if the Town will instruct its Representative to the General Court to 
file legislation amending Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40 Sections 6C 
and 6D, so as to allow cities and towns to appropriate money for the removal ol 
snow on such ways or roads as may be designated in the discretion of the City 
Council or Selectmen, notwithstanding the fact that such way or road is not open 
to the public use, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

Robert M. Connolly and Others 



On motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 



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ARTICLE 17 

To see if the Town will vote to instruct its members to the General Court to 
file Special Legislation authorizing the Town of Wakefield to establish, assess 
and collect late charges, a demand amount and penalties for the late payment of 
water usage rates remaining unpaid to the Town of Wakefield, or to see what the 
Town will do about it. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town instruct its representatives to the General Court to 
file Special Legislation authorizing the Town of Wakefield to establish, assess 
and collect late charges, a demand amount and penalties for the late payment of 
water usage rates remaining unpaid to the Town of Wakefield. 

ARTICLE 18 

To see if the Town will vote to redetermine, in accordance with Chapter 83, 
Section 15 A, Massachusetts General Laws, the uniform rate fixed and charged 
to the abuttors for the construction of sewers in the Town of Wakefield, or take 
any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the assessment authorized by General Laws, Chapter 83, Sec- 
tion 15 A, to be made upon owners of estates in the system of sewerage, shall be 
redetermined and made upon a fixed, uniform rate based upon 2/3 of the 
estimated average cost of the completion or extension of the existing sewer 
system or systems in the town by the following fixed uniform rate: 

$6.00 per foot of frontage which such estates have upon any street or way 
where a sewer is constructed and ten cents per square foot of area which such 
estates contain within eighty feet from such street or way. 

ARTICLE 19 

To see if the Town will vote to charge interest for betterment assessments at 
a rate equal to two per cent above the rate of interest chargeable to the Town for 
specific betterment projects to which the assessments relate, as prescribed in 
Chapter 80, Section 13, Massachusetts General Laws, or take any other action in 
relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town vote to charge interest for betterment assessments at 
a rate equal to two percent above the rate of interest chargeable to the Town for 
specific betterment projects to which the assessment relate, as prescribed in 
Chapter 80, Section 13 Massachusetts General Laws. 

ARTICLE 20 

To see if the Town will vote to provide cooperative facilities to mental out- 
patient clinics and for payment for services to be rendered for such clinics in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of General Laws, Chapter 40, the sum to be ex- 
pended under the direction of the Board of Health for the Town of Wakefield; and 
to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of 
this Article. 

Board of Health 

On motion by Finance Committee: 



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Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$5,182.00 to carry out the purposes of Article #20. 

ARTICLE 21 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money as the Town of Wakefield's share of funds necessary for participation in 
Title VII of the Older Americans Act, together with other cities and towns form- 
ing part of Middlesex Community Services, Inc., and in connection therewith, to 
authorize the Board of Selectmen to make application for and receive and expend 
any Federal Grants available for that purpose. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy $4,316.15 as the 
Town of Wakefield's share of funds necessary for participation in Title VII of the 
Older Americans Act, together with other cities and towns forming part of Mid- 
dlesex Community Services, Inc., and in connection therewith, to authorize the 
Board of Selectmen to make application for and receive and expend any Federal 
Grants available for that purpose. 

ARTICLE 22 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money as its share of the Town's participation in Mystic Valley Elder Home 
Care, Incorporated, and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply for any 
federal or state Grants for this purpose, as such grants become available and ap- 
plicable, and to expand same without further appropriation. 

Council on Aging 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$3,533.45 as its share of the Town's participation in Mystic Valley Elder Home 
Care, Incorporated, and to authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply for any 
federal or state grants for this purpose, as such grants become available and ap- 
plicable, and to expend same without further appropriation. 

ARTICLE 23 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money to be 
used by the East Middlesex Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc. in the im- 
plementation of its programs under the provisions of Chapter 19 of the General 
Laws, said sum of money to be expended under the direction of the Board of 
Health as provided is Chapter 40, Section 5, Subsection 40C of the General Laws. 

East Middlesex Association 
for Retarded Citizens, Inc. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$10,636.00 to carry out the purposes of Article #23. 

ARTICLE 24 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sum of money to cover 
the cost of participation of retarded children of the Town of Wakefield in the 
Camp Hope program sponsored by the East Middlesex Association for Retarded 

Citizens, Inc. , „ . . . 

East Middlesex Association 

for Retarded Citizens, Inc. 



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On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$1,316.00 to carry out the purposes of Article #24. 

ARTICLE 25 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to cover the cost of participation by the Town of Wakefield with social 
service programs for residents of the Town, and to authorize the Board of Public 
Health to enter into a contract or contracts with Youth and Family Resources, 
Inc., (735, Inc.) a charitable corporation organized under law, to accomplish the 
above purposes, said contract or contracts to cover the period of July 1, 1984 to 
June 30, 1985. 

Board of Health 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Health to enter into a contract 
or contracts with Youth and Family Resources, Inc. (735, Inc.) for participation 
by the Town of Wakefield in social service programs for residents of the Town, 
and to provide therefor, the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$1,500.00. 

ARTICLE 26 

To see what sum of money the Town will vote to transfer from the various ac- 
counts of the Police Department budget for the fiscal period July 1, 1983 to June 
30, 1984 to the capital outlay portion of the Police Department budget and/or the 
Capital Outlay portion of the Fire Department budget, or to see what the Town 
will do about it. 

Board of Selectmen 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town transfer the sum of $57,370.00 from the Police Depart- 
ment, Personal Services account, for the fiscal period July 1, 1983 to June 30, 
1984 to the following appropriations: 

Police Department Capital Outlay Account: $41,000.00 

Capital Outlay Breakdown: 

3 Cruisers @ $12,600.00 ea. $37,800.00 

2 Electric Typewriters @ $850.00 ea. 1,700.00 

1 Radar Unit 1,500.00 



Fire Department Capital Outlay Account $16,370.00 

Capital Outlay Breakdown: 

Breathing Apparatus N $6,300.00 

Radios — 3 Portable & 1 Mobile Unit 5,800.00 

1 Chemical Suit 950.00 

Hose 2,000.00 

Foam 720.00 

Water Vac 600.00 

ARTICLE 27 
To see if the Town will vote to hear and act upon the Report of the Street 



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Safety Committee, established under Article 1 of the Special Town Meeting of 
December 6, ,1 982, 

Street Safety Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town accept the report of the Street Safety Committee, 
established under Article #1 of the Special Town Meeting of December 6, 1982 as 
a report of progress. 

ARTICLE 28 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Chapter VII of the General Bylaws of 
the Town of Wakefield entitled "Ways", by adding thereto Section 20 to read as 
follows: 

"Section 20. At each intersection of public or private streets or ways in the 
Town, there shall be a clearance area consisting of the triangular area formed by 
the interior side lines of the intersecting streets or ways and a line joining each 
such side line at a point twenty-five (25) feet distant from the point of intersec- 
tion or, in case of rounded corners, from the point at which the side lines would in- 
tersect if projected. No physical object, including, without limitation, any fence, 
sign, tree, shrubbery, machine, earthwork, or the like, which interferes with 
sightlines across such clearance area shall be erected, planted, placed, main- 
tained or allowed to exist; provided, however, that this section shall not apply to 
buildings which are not in violation of the Town Zoning Bylaws," or to see what 
the Town will do about it. 

Street Safety Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

That the Town amend Chapter VII of the General Bylaws of the Town of 
Wakefield entitled "Ways", by adding thereto Section 20, to read as follows: 

"Section 20. At each intersection of public or private streets or ways in the 
Town, there shall be a clearance area consisting of the triangular area formed by 
the interior side lines of the intersecting streets or ways and a line joining each 
such side line at a point twenty-five (25) feet distant from the point of intersec- 
tion; or, in case of rounded corners, from the point at which the side lines would 
intersect if projected. No physical object, including, without limitation, any 
fence, sign, tree, shrubbery, machine, earthwork or the like, which interferes with 
sightlines across such clearance area shall be erected, planted, placed, main- 
tained or allowed to exist; provided, however, that this section shall not apply to 
buildings which are not in violation of the Town Zoning Bylaws". 

For purposes of this Bylaw, the term "sightline" shall be defined as a line 
three (3) feet above any point along one interior sideline to a point Three (3) 
feet above the other interior sideline which form the clearance area. 
The Finance Committee motion to amend Chapter VII failed. 
The vote was Yes: 67 No: 104 

ARTICLE 29 
To see if the Town will vote to establish a committee of nine (9) citizens to be 
called The Citizen Education Committee for the purpose of studying ways of 
educating, promoting and increasing citizen participation in elections and town 
meetings, and to report its findings and recommendations to the Board of Select- 
men for its consideration and implementation; and further, that the Board of 
Selectmen be instructed to appoint nine (9) citizens to the Citizen Education 
Committee, one of whom shall be the Superintendent of Schools or his designee, 



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and one of whom shall be the town Clerk or her designee, or to see what the Town 
will do about it. 

Paul J. Bettano, and Others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 30 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its General Bylaws by adding to 
Chapter V, Legal Affairs, Section 15, as follows: 

"Section 15. The use of steel jaw leghold traps for the capture of fur- 
bearing mammals shall be prohibited within the Town of Wakefield, 
notwithstanding any provisos, exceptions or provisions for special 
permit to use such traps as may be contained in Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 131, Section 30A." 

Esther P. Nowell, and others 

On motion by Finance Committee: 
Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 31 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances, a sufficient sum of money to pay the assessment due the 
Northeast Metropolitan Regional Vocational School for the fiscal period July 1, 
1983 to June 30, 1984, or to take any other action relative thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from tax levy the sum of 
$22,445.88 to pay the assessment due the Northeast Metropolitan Regional 
Vocational School for the fiscal period July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984. 

ARTICLE 32 

To see if the Town will vote to designate and name the area formed by the in- 
tersections of the following streets as "Harvard Square", and that the Depart- 
ment of Public Works be instructed to locate a sign or signs therein so 
designating the area: 

Albion Street at its intersection with Foundry Street; Foundry 
Street at its intersection with Maple Street; Maple Street at its in- 
tersection with Lake Street; and Lake Street with its intersection of 
Albion Street. 

Board of Selectmen 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town designate and name the area formed by the intersec- 
tions of the following streets as "Harvard Mills Square" and that the Depart- 
ment of Public Works be instructed to locate a sign or signs therein so 
designating the area: 

Albion Street at its intersection with Foundry Street; Foundry 
Street at its intersection with Maple Street; Maple Street at its in- 
tersection with Lake Street; and Lake Street with its intersection of 
Albion Street. 



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ARTICLE 33 

To see what sum the Town will vote to return to the Town Treasury from the 
balance in the Operating Fund of the Municipal Light Department as of June 30, 
1984, and to authorize the Assessors to use said sum in computing the tax rate 
for the fiscal period ending June 30, 1985, and also to see what sum the Town will 
authorize the Municipal Light Department to transfer from the balance of its 
Operating Fund as of June 30, 1984 to the Construction Fund of the Municipal 
Light Department. 

Municipal Light Commissioners 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town return to the Town Treasurer the sum of $341,250.00 
from the balance in the Operating Fund of the Municipal Light Department as of 
June 30, 1984, and to authorize the Assessors to use said sum in computing the 
tax rate for the fiscal period ending June 30, 1985. The balance remaining in the 
Operating Fund as of June 30, 1984, after the transfer, shall be retained in the 
Operating Fund and subject to further Town Meeting action. 

ARTICLE 34 
To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Assessors to use such 
free cash as may be in the treasury or any part thereof in computing the tax rate 
for the fiscal period June 30. 1985. 

John J. McCarthy 
Town Accountant 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

Eugene Sullivan, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, after being recog- 
nized by the Moderator, moved that this Annual Town Meeting be now dis- 
solved. 

The time was 10:50 P.M. 

A TRUE RECORD 

ATTEST: THELMA E. RENNARD 

Town Clerk 



SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
June 11, 1984 

The Moderator. Mr. Albert J. Turco, called the Special Town Meeting to 
order at 7:34 P.M. in the auditorium of the Memorial Junior High School, Mam 

Street. Wakefield. 

Mr. Turco, introduced each visitor by name, as well as the pages. The tellers 

who were dulv sworn were announced. 

Chairman. Palmerino was then recognized and moved that the reading of the 
Warrant be dispensed with, with the exception of the Constable's return. 

It was so voted and the Constable's return was read by the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to purchase the following items, or to perform, or 
cause to be performed, the following work: 

1. The necessary radio and ancillary communication 



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equipment to allow the Town to become part of 
B.A.P.E.R.N. system $275,000.00 

2. A Class A Pumper for use by the Wakefield Fire 
Department 143,000.00 

3. Repair and/or replace section of High School roof 250,000.00 

4. Remove asbestos, Junior High School and Yeuell 

School 51,900.00 

5. Montrose boiler/burner replacement 45,000.00 

6. Speed Enhancement Device — Data Processing 10,000.00 

7. Fire Alarm Traffic System 

Main and Water Streets 40,000.00 

8. Material Spreader — Department of Public Works 11,000.00 

9. Two (2) 35000 GVW Dump Trucks @ $42,000 

Department of Public Works 84,000.00 

10. One (1) 26000 GVW Dump Truck 

Department of Public Works 29,000.00 

and to provide therefor, that the Treasurer be authorized, with the approval of 
the Board of Selectmen and the Emergency Finance Board, to borrow a suffi- 
cient sum of money, and to issue notes or bonds of the Town, payable in annual 
installments within five (5) years; provided, however, that any affirmative vote 
shall not take effect until the Town votes to except from the limitations on the 
total taxes imposed by Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 59, Section 21C, 
amounts required to pay the principal and interest upon the borrowing. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town purchase the following items, or to perform, or cause 
to be performed, the following work: 

1. The necessary radio and ancillary communication 
equipment to allow the Town to become part of 
B.A.P.E.R.N. system $275,000.00 

2. A Class A Pumper for use by the Wakefield Fire 
Department 143,000.00 

3. Repair and/or replace section of High School roof 250,000.00 

4. Remove asbestos, Junior High School and Yeuell 

School 51,900.00 

5. Montrose boiler/burner replacement 45,000.00 

6. Speed Enhancement Device — Data Processing 10,000.00 

7. Fire Alarm Traffic System 

Main and Water Streets 40,000.00 

8. Material Spreader — Department of Public Works 11,000.00 

9. Two (2) 35000 GVW Dump Trucks @ $42,000 

Department of Public Works 84,000.00 

10. One (1) 26000 GVW Dump Truck 

Department of Public Works 29,000.00 

and to provide therefor, that the Treasurer be authorized, with the approval of 
the Board of Selectmen and the Emergency Finance Board, if required to borrow 
a sufficient sum of money, and to issue notes or bonds of the Town, payable in an- 



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nual installments within five (5) years; provided, however, that any affirmative 
vote shall not take effect until the Town votes to except from the limitations on 
the total taxes imposed by Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 59, Section 
21C, amounts required to pay the principal and interest upon the borrowing. 

The Finance Committee motion for Article 1 failed. The vote was YES 139- 
NO, 87. 

ARTICLE 2 
To see if the Town will vote to hear the report of the Montrose Fire Substa- 
tion Committee, established under Article 9 of the Special Town Meeting of May 
23, 1983, and to take any action relative thereto. 

Montrose Fire Substation 
Study Committee 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the report of the Montrose Fire Substation Committee, 
established under Article 9 of the Special Town Meeting of May 23, 1983, be ac- 
cepted as a final report, and that the Committee be discharged. 
The Report is on file in the Office of the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 3 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by transfer from 
available funds a sum not to exceed the surplus revenue generated by the Water 
Division of the Department of Public Works to make improvements to the Water 
Distribution System, including the installation of Water Meters, or take any 
other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town establish a Water Division Surplus Revenue Account 
for the purpose of accumulating actual receipts in excess of direct and indirect 
costs of the Water Division, and that the Town appropriate, by transfer from the 
Water Division Surplus Revenue Account to the Water Division, Capital Outlay 
Account, the sum of $525,000.00 for the fiscal period July 1, 1983 through May 
31, 1984, for the purpose of making improvements to the Water Distribution 
System, including the replacement of water meters. 

ARTICLE 4 
To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply for 
and receive State or Federal funds, and to expend same for the purpose of con- 
ducting a survey and forming an inventory of structures possessing historical or 
architectural significance, and designating each as worthy of preservation; and 
further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to enter into an agreement or 
agreements with any firm, agency or person to conduct such study and to 
prepare such inventory in its behalf, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to apply for and 
receive State or Federal funds, and to expend same for the purpose of conducting 
a survey and forming an inventory of structures possessing historical or ar- 
chitectual significance and designating each as worthy of preservation; and fur- 
ther, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to enter into an agreement or 
agreements with any firm, agency or person to conduct such study and to 



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prepare such inventory in its behalf and to provide therefor, the Town raise and 
appropriate from tax levy for the period July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985, the sum of 
$7,500.00. 

The Moderator, Mr. Turco, recognized Selectman Thomas Mullen who 
moved that this Special Town Meeting be now dissolved. 

The Motion carried at 10:30 P.M. There were 265 in attendance. 
A TRUE RECORD 

ATTEST: THELMA E. RENNARD 

Town Clerk 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
September 10, 1984 

The Moderator, Mr. Albert J. Turco, called the meeting to order at 7:35 p.m. 
in the auditorium of the Memorial Junior High School, Main Street, Wakefield, 
Mass. He introduced the students who served as pages as well as the visitors and 
the tellers who were duly sworn. 

The Moderator then recognized the Chairman of the Finance Committee, Mr. 
Alfred Palmerino, who moved that further reading of the Warrant, with excep- 
tion of the Constable's return be dispensed with. 

The Constable's return was read by the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws of the Town of 
Wakefield, by deleting therefrom the last sentence of Section 2, Chapter XIII en- 
titled "Lake Quannapowitt", and inserting in place thereof, the following: 
'All marine vessels and power-driven crafts, with a horsepower 
greater than ten (10) horsepower are prohibited from use on Lake 
Quannapowitt'. 
or to see what the Town will do about it. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend the General Bylaws of the Town of Wakefield, 
be deleting therefrom the last sentence of Section 2, Chapter XIII entitled "Lake 
Quannapowitt", and inserting in place thereof, the following: 

"All marine vessels and power-driven crafts, with a horsepower 
greater than ten (10) horsepower are prohibited from use on Lake 
Quannapowitt with the exception of Police or Rescue Craft as may 
be authorized by the Board of Selectmen". 

ARTICLE 2 

To hear and act upon a report of the Board of Public Works in laying out 
town ways under the Betterment Act in substantially the same location as the 
private ways listed below, and authorize the acquisition by purchase or eminent 
domain proceedings, rights and easements necessary in connection therewith for 
construction, reconstruction and maintenance, to slope land back from street 
lines and to construct retaining walls in land adjoining the location of said ways 
in accordance with applicable sections of the Massachusetts General Laws: 

(a) Mansion Road — from its intersection with Jordan Avenue, thence 
southwesterly, westerly, and northwesterly approximately 712 feet to a 
turnaround. 



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(b) Winship Drive — from its intersection with Mansion Road, thence 
southwesterly, westerly and northwesterly approximately 625 feet to a 
turnaround. 

or take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town lay out Town ways under the Better- 
ment Act in substantially the same location as the private ways listed below, and 
authorize the acquisition by purchase or eminent domain proceedings, rights and 
easements necessary in connection therewith for construction, reconstruction 
and maintenance, to slope land back from street lines and to construct retaining 
walls in land adjoining the location of said ways in accordance with applicable 
sections of the Massachusetts General Laws: 

(a) Mansion Road — from its intersection with Jordan Avenue, thence 
southwesterly, westerly, and northwesterly approximately 712 feet to a 
turnaround; 

(b) Winship Drive — from its intersection with Mansion Road, thence 
southwesterly, westerly and northwesterly approximately 625 feet to a 
turnaround, 

and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate the sum of One 
($1.00) Dollar. 

ARTICLE 3 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate and/or transfer a sum of 

money to supplement the funds voted under Article 13 of the 1984 Annual Town 

Meeting for the construction of public sewers on Shady Avenue, Upland Road, 

Sidney Street and Dillaway Street, or take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town supplement the funds voted under Article 13 of the 
1984 Annual Town Meeting for the construction of public sewers on Shady 
Avenue, Upland Road, Sidney Street, and Dillaway Street, and to provide 
therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $44,500 from tax levy, 
and that the sum of $17,390.86 be transferred from the balance of the following 
Articles: 

(a) Article 25 of the Annual Town Meeting of 1982 $13,436.09 

(b) Article 27 of the Annual Town Meeting of 1982 1,131.83 

(c) Article 4 of the Special Town Meeting of 1983 2,822.94 

$17,390.86 

ARTICLE 4 

To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Massachusetts 

General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 8D, establishing an historical commission to 

consist of five (5) members to be appointed by the Selectmen for the following 

terms: Three for 3 years; two for 2 year, and two for 1 year, and their successors 

for three years thereafter. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town accept the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, 



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Chapter 40, Section 8D, establishing an historical commission to consist of five 
(5) members to be appointed by the Selectmen for the following terms: Three for 
3 years; two for 2 years, and two for 1 year, and their successors for three years 
thereafter. 

ARTICLE 5 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to expend 
the sum of $710.00, which is the balance of the Hartshorne House Insurance 
Reimbursement Loss Account, after repairs to the Hartshorne House, for the 
purpose of effecting other repairs or maintenance upon the Hartshorne House as 
the Hartshorne House Association may determine. 

Hartshorne House Association 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to expend the sum 
of $710.00, which is the balance of a Hartshorne House Insurance Reimburse- 
ment Loss Account, after repairs to the Hartshorne House, for the purpose of ef- 
fecting further repairs or maintenance upon the Hartshorne House as the Hart- 
shorne House Association may determine. 

ARTICLE 6 

To see if the Town will vote to amend its General Bylaws by adding to 
Chapter V, Legal Affairs, Section 15, as follows: 

"Section 15. The use of steel jaw leghold traps for the capture of fur- 
bearing mammals shall be prohibited within the Town of Wakefield, 
notwithstanding any provisos, exceptions or provisions for special 
permit to use such traps as may be contained in Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 131, Section 80A". 

Esther P. No well and Others 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Indefinite Postponement 

The Finance Committee motion for Indefinite Postponement failed. 

On motion by Finance Committee as amended by Esther Nowell: 
Voted: That the Town amend its General Bylaws of adding to Chapter V, 
Legal Affairs, Section 15, as follows: 

"Section 15. The use of steel jaw leghold traps for the capture of fur- 
bearing mammals shall be prohibited within the Town of Wakefield, 
notwithstanding any provisos, exceptions or provisions for special 
permit to use such traps as may be contained in Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 131, Section 80A". 

Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Mr. Eugene Sullivan moved that this 
Special Town Meeting be now dissolved. 

There were 501 in attendance at the close of the meeting at 10:45 P.M. 
A TRUE RECORD 

ATTEST: THELMA E. RENNARD 

Town Clerk 



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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
December 10, 1984 

The Special Town Meeting was called to order by the Moderator, Mr. Albert 
Turco in the auditorium of the Memorial Junior High School, Main Street, 
Wakefield, Mass. 

He then announced the pages, who were applauded by the audience. The 
tellers who were duly sworn were announced. He then ?sked the non-voters to 
stand and be recognized as he called their names. 

The Moderator then called on Mr. Palmerino who moved that further reading 
of the Warrant be dispensed with exception of the Constable's return. The Con- 
stable's return was read by the Town Clerk. 

ARTICLE 1 

To see if the Town will vote to abandon a portion of Brook Street, said parcel 
being shown as Parcel A on Sheet 4 on a plan entitled "MDC Reading Extension 
Relief Sewer, Sewer Easements and Land Takings in Reading, Stoneham and 
Wakefield" dated April 1984, ASEC Corporation and further described as 
follows: 

Beginning at a Mass Highway bound on the westerly layout line of 
the Northern Circumferential Highway; thence S 19° 46' 40" W, a 
distance of 165.45 feet, to a point, said point being on the boundry 
line between the Towns of Wakefield and Reading; thence along said 
boundry line N 07°31' 30" W, a distance of 34.20 feet, to a point; 
thence N 37 ° 46' 00" W, a distance of 164.02 feet, to a point; thence 
N 52° 14' 00" E, a distance of 49.98 feet, to a P.C. point on the 
southeasterly street line of Putnam Avenue; thence running along a 
curve to the left of radius 25.00 feet, a distance of 39.27 feet, to a 
P.T. point; thence S 37 ° 46' 00" E, a distance of 26.08 feet, to a point 
on the northerly street line of the 1950 Town Layout of Redfield 
Road; thence along said street line N 81° 07' 30" E, a distance of 
89.67 feet, to a point; thence N 80° 59' 52" E, a distance of 21.56 
feet, to the point of beginning. 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town abandon a portion of Brook Street, said 
parcel being shown as Parcel A on Sheet 4 on a plan entitled "MDC Reading Ex- 
tension Relief Sewer, Sewer Easements and Land Takings in Reading, Stoneham 
and Wakefield" dated April, 1984 ASEC Corporation and further described as 
follows: 

Beginning at a Mass Highway bound on the westerly layout line of 
the Northern Circumferential Highway; thence S 19° 46' 40" W, a 
distance of 165.45 feet, to a point, said point being on the boundry 
line between the Towns of Wakefield and Reading; thence along said 
boundry line N 07°31' 30" W, a distance of 34.20 feet, to a point; 
thence N 37 ° 46' 00" W, a distance of 164.02 feet, to a point; thence 
N 52° 14' 00" E, a distance of 49.98 feet, to a P.C. point on the 
southeasterly street line of Putnam Avenue; thence running along a 
curve to the left of radius 25.00 feet, a distance of 39.27 feet, to a 
P T point; thence S 37 ° 46' 00" E, a distance of 26.08 feet, to a point 
on the northerly street line of the 1950 Town Layout of Redfield 



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Road; thence along said street line N 81° 07' 30" E, a distance of 
89.67 feet, to a point; thence N 80° 59' 52" E, a distance of 21.56 
feet, to the point of beginning. 

ARTICLE 2 

To see if the Town will vote to grant to the Metropolitan District Commis- 
sion all of its right, title or interest in a parcel of town-owned land located on the 
easterly side of Putnam Avenue, said parcel of land being shown as Lot 18 on 
Plan 28676B entitled "Sub-division Plans of Land in Wakefield" dated 
November 24, 1959 and December 9, 1959, Massachusetts Department of Public 
Works, E. J. McCarthy, Chief Engineer and filed with Certificate of Title 
#105172 in Book 656, Page 22 of Middlesex South Registry District and further 
described as follows: 

DESCRIPTION 

Beginning at a Mass. Highway bound on the westerly layout line of the 
Northern Circumferential Highway; thence S 10° 50' 40" W, a distance of 41.42 
feet, to a point on the northerly street line of the 1950 Town Layout of Redfield 
Road; thence along said street line N 87 ° 25' 30" W, a distance of 89.67 feet, to a 
point; thence N 26° 19' 00" W, a distance of 26.00 feet, to a P.C. point; thence 
running along a curve to the right of radius 25.00 feet, a distance of 39.27 feet, to 
a P.T. point on the southeasterly sideline of Putnam Avenue; thence N 63° 41' 
00" E, a distance of 75.00 feet, to a P.C. point, thence running along a curve to 
the left of radius 186.13 feet, a distance of 108.83 feet to a P.T. point; thence N 
30° 11' 00" E, a distance of 634.05 feet, to a P.C. point; thence running along a 
curve to the left of radius 30.00 feet, a distance of 39.48 feet to a P.T. point; 
thence N45° 13' 10" W, a distance of 6.98 feet, to a point, said point being the 
southeasterly corner of Lot 2; thence along said lot line N 61° 11' 30" E, a 
distance of 62.00 feet, to a point; thence S 37 ° 32' 00" E, a distance of 37.35 feet, 
to a point, said point being on the westerly layout line of the Northern Cir- 
cumferential Highway; thence S 31° 13' 40" W, a distance of 837.59 feet, to the 
point of beginning. 

And further, that the Selectmen be authorized to executive and deliver a 
deed to the aforementioned land to the Metropolitan District Commission reserv- 
ing however all easements shown on said plan. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town grant to the Metropolitan District Com- 
mission all of its right, title or interest in a parcel of town-owned land located on 
the eastery side of Putnam Avenue, said parcel of land being shown as Lot 18 on 
Plan 28676B entitled "Sub-division Plan of Land in Wakefield" dated November 
24, 1959 and December 9, 1959, Massachusetts Department of Public Works, E. 
J. McCarthy, Chief Engineer and filed with Certificate of Title #105172 in Book 
656, Page 22 of Middlesex South Registry District and further described as 
follows: 

DESCRIPTION 

Beginning at a Mass. Highway bound on the westerly layout line of the 
Northern Circumferential Highway; thence S 10° 50' 40" W, a distance of 41.42 
feet, to a point on the northerly street line of the 1950 Town layout of Redfield 
Road; thence along said street line N 87 ° 25' 30" W, a distance of 89.67 feet, to a 
point; thence N 26° 19' 00" W, a distance of 26.08 feet, to a P.C. point; thence 
running along a curve to the right of radius 25.00 feet, a distance of 39.27 feet, to 



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a P.T. point on the southeasterly sideline of Putnam Avenue; thence N 63° 41' 
00"E, a distance of 75.00 feet, to a P.C. point, thence running along a curve to the 
left of radius 186.13 feet, a distance of 108.83 feet to a P.T. point; thence N 30° 
11' 00" E, a distance of 634.05 feet, to a P.C. point; thence running along a curve 
to the left of radius 30.00 feet, a distance of 39.48 feet to a P.T. point; thence N 
45 ° 13' 10" W, a distance of 6.98 feet, to a point, said point being the southeaster- 
ly corner of Lot 2; thence along said lot line N 61 ° 11' 30" E, a distance of 62.00 
feet, to a point; thence S 37° 32' 00" E, a distance of 37.35 feet, to a point, said 
point being on the westerly layout line of the Northern Circumferential Highway; 
thence S 31 ° 13' 40" W, a distance of 837.59 feet, to the point of beginning. 

And further, that the Selectmen be authorized to execute and deliver a deed 
to the aforementioned land to the Metropolitan District Commission reserving 
however all easements shown on said plan. 

ARTICLE 3 
To see if the Town will vote to abandon any of its right, title or interest in a 
utility easement located upon Lot 24 as shown on Plan 27190L, Sheet 4, entitled 
"Sub-division Plan of Land in Wakefield" dated February 29, 1964, Raymond C. 
Pressey Inc, Surveyors and filed with Certificate of Title #153968 in Book 900, 
Page 18 of Middlesex South Registry District, and further described as follows: 

DESCRIPTION 
Beginning at a stone bound on the northeasterly layout line of the Northern Cir- 
cumferential Highway; thence N 49° 05' 25" W, a distance of 79.30 feet, to a 
point; thence N 40° 54' 35" E, a distance of 354.81 feet, to a point, said point be- 
ing on the southwesterly boundry line of New England Power Company; thence 
S 45° 32' 16" E, a distance of 50.74 feet, to a point; thence S 63° 39' 24" W, a 
distance of 79.25 feet, to a point; thence S 40 °54' 35" W, a distance of 268.57 feet, 
to a point; thence S 49° 05' 25" E, a distance of 59.30 feet, to a point; thence S 
40° 54' 35" W, a distance of 10.00 feet, to the point of beginning. 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town abandon any of its right, title or interest 
in a utility easement located upon Lot 24 as shown on Plan 27190L, Sheet 4, en- 
titled "Sub-division Plan of Land in Wakefield" dated February 29, 1964, Ray- 
mond C. Pressey, Inc, Surveyors and filed with Certificate of Title #153968 in 
Book 900, Page 18 of Middlesex South Registry District, and further described 
as follows: 

DESCRIPTION 

Beginning at a stone bound on the northeasterly layout line of the Northern 
Circumferential Highway; thence N 49° 05' 25" W, a distance of 79.30 feet, to a 
point; thence N 40° 54' 35" E, a distance of 354.81 feet, to a point, said point be- 
ing on the southwesterly boundry line of New England Power Company, thence 
S 45° 32' 16" E, a distance of 50.74 feet, to a point; thence S 63° 39' 24" W, a 
distance of 79.25 feet, to a point; thence; S 40° 54' 35" W, a distance of 268.57 
feet, to a point; thence S 49 ° 05' 25" E, a distance of 59.30 feet, to a point; thence 
S 40° 54' 35" W, a distance of 10.00 feet, to the point of beginning. 

ARTICLE 4 
To see if the Town will vote to accept a grant of an easement for water line 
purposes on property located at 360 Audubon Road, Wakefield, Massachusetts, 



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and shown as New 15' Utility Easement on plan entitled, "Plan of Land in 
Wakefield, Mass. Showing Location of Utility Easement", dated November 12, 
1984, R.E. Cameron & Associates, Inc., Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors, fur- 
ther bounded and described as follows: 

Commencing at a point Seventy-nine and 3/10 (79.3) feet North- 
westerly from a stone bound at the Northern Circumferential 
highway and Lot 24; thence N40° 54 '35" E a distance of Ten (10) 
feet; thence N84° 38'04" E a distance of Ninety and 03/100 (90.03) 
feet; thence N40° 54'35" E a distance of One hundred thirty-four 
and 43/100 (134.43) feet; thence N03° 22'12"W a distance of Ninety- 
two and 1/10 (92.1) feet; thence N40° 54'35" E a distance of 
Seventy-seven and 22/100 (77.22) feet; thence S45° 32'16" E a 
distance of Fifty and 76/100 (50.76) feet; thence S63° 39'46" W a 
distance of Seventy-nine and 27/100 (79.27) feet; thence S03° 22'12" 
E a distance of Eighty-four and 94/100 (84.94) feet; thence S40° 
54'35" W a distance of One hundred forty-five and 76/100 (145.76) 
feet; thence S84° 33'04" W, a distance of Eighty-five and 79/100 
(85.79) feet; thence S40° 54'35" W a distance of Ten (10) feet; thence 
N49° 05'25" W a distance a Twenty (20) feet, to the point of begin- 
ning, 
or to take any other action relative thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Unanimously that the Town accept a grant of an easement for water 
line purposes on property located at 360 Audubon Road, Wakefield, 
Massachusetts, and shown as New 15' Utility Easement on plan entitled, "Plan 
of Land in Wakefield, Mass. Showing Location of Utility Easement", dated 
November 12, 1984, R.E. Cameron & Associates, Inc., Civil Engineers and Land 
Surveyors, further bounded and described as follows: 

Commencing at a point Seventy-nine and 3/10 (79.3) feet North- 
westerly from a stone bound at the Northern Circumferential 
highway and Lot 24; thence N40° 54'35" E a distance of Ten (10) 
feet; thence N84° 38'04" E a distance of Ninety and 03/100 (90.03) 
feet; thence N40° 54'35" E a distance of One hundred thirty- four 
and 43/100 (134.43) feet; thence N03° 22'12"W a distance of Ninety- 
two and. 1/10 (92.1) feet; thence N40° 54'35" E a distance of 
Seventy-seven and 22/100 (77.22) feet; thence S45° 32'16" E a 
distance of Fifty and 76/100 (50.76) feet; thence S63° 39'46" W a 
distance of Seventy-nine and 27/100 (79.27) feet; thence S03° 22'12" 
E a distance of Eighty-four and 94/100 (84.94) feet; thence S40° 
54'35" W a distance of One hundred forty-five and 76/100 (145.76) 
feet; thence S84° 33'04" W, a distance of Eighty-five and 79/100 
(85.79) feet; thence S40° 54'35" W a distance of Ten (10) feet; thence 
N49° 05 '25" W a distance of Twenty (20) feet, to the point of begin- 
ning. 

ARTICLE 5 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate a sufficient sum of 
money to complete Phase II of a Sewer System Evaluation Study including 
repairs and reconstruction as necessary in conjunction with a grant of funds 



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from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering, or take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of 
$25,000. to complete Phase II of the Sewer System Evaluation Study including 
repairs and reconstruction as necessary in conjunction with a grant of funds 
from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering. 

ARTICLE 6 
To see if the Town will vote to grant a sewer easement across the Na sella 
Playground from "Old" Melvin Street to house #196 Water Street, said ease- 
ment being described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the easterly street line of Melvin Street said point be- 
ing located N09° 16'30" E, a distance of 166.85 feet from an iron spike on the 
northerly street line of Water Street; thence running along said easterly street 
line of Melvin Street N09° 16'30" E, a distance of 15.02 feet to a point; thence 
S77° 33'30" E, a distance of 162.20 feet, to a point; thence S17° 19'30" E, a 
distance of 72.50 feet, to a point; thence S65° 20'09" W, a distance of 15.02 feet, 
to a point; thence N17° 19'30" W, a distance of 63.10 feet, to a point; thence N77° 
33 '30" W, a distance of 152.67 feet, to the point of beginning. 

All land lies within the boundaries described and shown on a plan entitled 
"Plan of Easement over Nasella Playground in Wakefield, Mass." scale 1" = 40', 
dated August 24, 1984, drawn by David E. Beede, R.L.S., 3 Mt. Vernon Street, 
Reading, Mass. 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town to grant a sewer easement across the Nasella 
Playground from "Old" Melvin Street to house #196 Water Street, said ease- 
ment being described as follows: 

Beginning at a point on the easterly street line of Melvin Street said point be- 
ing located N09° 16'30" E, a distance of 166.85 feet from an iron spike on the 
northerly street line of Water Street; thence running along said easterly street 
line of Melvin Street N09° 16'30" E, a distance of 15.02 feet to a point; thence S 
77° 33'30" E, a distance of 162.20 feet, to a point, thence S17° 19'30" E, a 
distance of 72.50 feet, to a point; thence s65° 20'09" W, a distance of 15.02 feet, 
to a point; thence N17° 19'30" W a distance 63.10 feet, to a point; thence N 77° 
33'30" W, a distance of 152.67 feet, to the point of beginning. 

All land lies within the boundaries described and shown on a plan entitled 
"Plan of Easement over Nasella Playground in Wakefield, Mass." scale 1" = 40', 
dated August 24, 1984, drawn by David E. Beede, R.L.S., 3 Mt. Vernon Street, 
Reading, Mass. 

a 2/3 vote was required. The vote was Yes, 145; No. 51. 

ARTICLE 7 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds, a sufficient sum of money to supplement the School Department 
Budget for the period July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, to provide for wage 



104 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

and salary increments to non-represented employees of the Wakefield School 
Department, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $15,303.00 to supple- 
ment the School Department Budget for the period of July 1, 1984 through June 
30, 1985, to provide for wage and salary increments to non-represented 
employees of the Wakefield School Department. 

ARTICLE 8 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Wakefield School Committee and the Maintenance and Operations 
Personnel by supplementing the School Department Budget for the period July 
1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and 
appropriate or transfer from available funds a sufficient sum of money to carry 
out the purposes of this Article, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Wakefield School Committee and Maintenance and Operations Per- 
sonnel by supplementing the School Department Budget for the period July 1, 
1984 through June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate from Tax Levy the sum of $33,182.00. 

ARTICLE 9 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Wakefield School Committee and the American Federation of State, 
County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO State Council #93, LOCAL 3117 
(Cafeteria), by supplementing the School Department Budget for the period July 
1, 1984 to June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate or transfer from available funds a sufficient sum of money to carry out 
the purposes of this Article, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Wakefield School Committee and the American Federation of State, 
County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO State Council #93, Local 3117 
(Cafeteria) by supplementing the School Department Budget for the period July 
1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, the Town raise and ap- 
propriate from Tax Levy the sum of $9,227.00. 

ARTICLE 10 
To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Wakefield School Committee and the American Federation of State, 
County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO State Council #93, LOCAL 3117 
(Clerical), by supplementing the School Department Budget for the period July 1, 
1984 to June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate or transfer from available funds a sufficient sum of money to carry out 
the purposes of this Article, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

School Committee 



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On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Wakefield School Committee and the American Federation of State, 
County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, State Council #93, Local 3117 
(Clerical) by supplementing the School Department Budget for the period July 1, 
1984 thru June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate from Tax Levy the sum of $19,155.00. 

ARTICLE 11 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Wakefield School Committee and the Wakefield Teachers' Associa- 
tion (Unit A and Unit B), by supplementing the School Department Budget for 
the period July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the 
Town raise and appropriate or transfer from available funds a sufficient sum of 
money to carry out the purposes of this Article, or to take any other action in 
relation thereto. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Wakefield School Committee and the Wakefield Teachers' Association 
(Unit A & Unit B) by supplementing the School Department Budget for the 
period July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the 
Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of $375,565.00. 

ARTICLE 12 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds, a sufficient sum of money to supplement the various department 
budgets for the period July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, to provide for wage 
and salary increments to non-represented employees of the Town of Wakefield, 
or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town amend Chapter XVII of the General ByLaws of the 
Town of Wakefield, the so-called "Personnel Administration ByLaw", by 
deleting therefrom Schedules B-l, B-2 and B-3, and substituting in place thereof 
the Schedules as set forth in Article #12 of the Special Town Meeting, said 
amendment effective July 1, 1984 and to provide therefor, the Town raise and ap- 
propriate from Tax Levy the sum of $16,817.00 to supplement the personal ser- 
vices accounts of the various departments for the period of July 1, 1984 through 
June 30, 1985 as follows: 

Selectmen's Department 2 ' 042 *20 

Accounting Department 4,3 «ft 00 

Treasurer's Department • 

Personnel Department 2 479 60 

Legal Department '695 00 

Finance Committee ' 

PlanningBoard ^ 

Parkmg Clerk 6Q6 3Q 

Council on Aging 443 0Q 

Library Department 



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Group Insurance 56.00 

Dog Officer 1,191.90 
Recreation Department 214.00 

$16,625.00 
and to supplement the Planning Board Contractual Services Account by $192.00 
for the period of July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985. 

ARTICLE 13 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and the Wakefield Firefighters' Union Local 
1478, by supplementing the Fire Department Budget for the period July 1, 1984 
to June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate or 
transfer from available funds a sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes 
of this Article, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Town of Wakefield and the International Association of Firefighters, 
Local 1478 for the period of July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985 and to provide therefor, 
that the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of $68,182.00, said 
sum to be allocated as follows: 

To supplement the Personal Services Account of the Fire Department 
Budget the sum of $67,702.00. 

To supplement the Contractual Services portion of the Fire Department 
Budget the sum of $480.00. 

ARTICLE 14 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and the American Federation of State, County 
and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO STATE COUNCIL 93, LOCAL 3117 
(Public Works), by supplementing the Board of Public Works Budget for the 
period July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise 
and appropriate or transfer from available funds a sufficient sum of money to 
carry out the purposes of this Article, or to take any other action in relation 
thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Town of Wakefield and the American Federation of State, County, and 
Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, State Council 93, Local 3117 (Public Works) for 
the period July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, the Town raise 
and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of $56,345.00, said sum be allocated as 
follows: 

Public Works, Personal Services 44,216.00 

Sewer Division, Personal Services 7,504.00 

Water Division, Personal Services 4,625.00 

ARTICLE 15 
To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and The Lucius Beebe Memorial Library Staff 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 107 



Association, Hospital, Library and Public Employees Union, by supplementing 
the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library Budget for the period July 1, 1984 to June 
30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds a sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of this 
Article, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Town of Wakefield and the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library Staff 
Association, Hospital, Library and Public Employees Union, for the period July 
1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and 
appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of $10,857.00. 

ARTICLE 16 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and the Wakefield Municipal Administrative, 
Supervisory and Professional Employees Association, by supplementing the 
various department Budgets for the period July 1, 1984 through July 30, 1985, 
and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds a sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of this Arti- 
cle, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Town of Wakefield and the Wakefield Municipal Administrative, 
Supervisory and Professional Employees' Association, for the period July 1, 
1984 to June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town transfer from the 
Excess and Deficiency Account the sum of $25,616, said sum to be allocated to 
the Personal Services Accounts of the following departments: 

Health 1.451.20 

Veterans 615.00 

Library 1-743.30 

Sealer/Weights & Measures 359.00 

Council on Aging 899.60 

Data Processing 2,156.70 

Assessors' 1,313.00 

Fire 603 - 20 

Police 603 ' 20 

Building 2 ' 342 ' 45 

Department of Public Works 12,099.35 

Department of Public Works-Water 715.00 
Department of Public Works-Sewer 



715.00 



ARTICLE 17 
To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and the Wakefield Traffic Supervisors Associa- 
tion, by supplementing the School Department Budget and the Police Depart- 
ment Budget for the period July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985, and to provide 
therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate or transfer from available funds a 



108 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes of this Article, or to take any 
other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 18 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and Wakefield Patrolmen's Association, by sup- 
plementing the Police Department Budget for the period July 1, 1984, through 
June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate or 
transfer from available funds a sufficient sum of money to carry out the purposes 
of this Article, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: Indefinite Postponement. 

ARTICLE 19 

To see if the Town will vote to implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
between the Town of Wakefield and the American Federation of State, County 
and Municipal Employees, (Clerical), by supplementing various department 
budgets for the period July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985, and to provide therefor, 
that the Town raise and appropriate or transfer from available funds a sufficient 
sum of money to carry out the purposes of this Article or to take any other action 
in relation thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town implement a Collective Bargaining Agreement be- 
tween the Town of Wakefield and the American Federation of State, County and 
Municipal Employees (Clerical) for the period July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985 and 
to provide therefcr, that the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum 
of $24,062.00, said sum to be allocated to the Personal Services Accounts of the 
following departments: 

Selectmen's Department 864.20 

Accounting Department 2,899.87 

Data Processing Department 707.20 

Treasurers' Department 1,795.60 

Fire Department 769.00 

Civil Defense 131.04 

Building Department 811.80 

Health Department 738.85 

Public Works Department 3,338.40 

Public Works — Water 1,476.80 

Assessors' Department 2,316.60 

Collector's Department 2,332.30 

Town Clerk's Department 1,150.80 

Police Department 1,476.80 

Veteran's Department 603.20 

Council on Aging 579.80 

Retirement 930.40 

Group Insurance 1,139.34 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 109 



ARTICLE 20 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, or transfer from 
available funds, a sufficient sum of money to provide increases to the salaries of 
the Town Clerk, the Town Treasurer, and the Town Tax Collector, or to see what 
the Town will do about it. 

Finance Committee 
On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of 
$4,741.40 to supplement the Salaries of the Town Clerk, Tax Collector and 
Treasurer for the fiscal period July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985 and such sum to be 
allocated as follows: 

Salary of the Town Clerk $ 1,354.20 

Salary of the Tax Collector 2,944.20 

Salary of the Treasurer 443.00 

$ 4,741.40 

ARTICLE 21 

To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Chapter 32, Section 
20, {6.V2) of the Massachusetts General Laws, which provides that any person ser- 
ving in the active administration of the Contributory Retirement System shall be 
compensated for such services in an amount not less than $200.00 nor more than 
$3,000.00 per annum, and shall be payable from the expense fund of the System, 
and to provide therefor that the Town raise and appropriate and/or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money. 

Wakefield Contributory 
Retirement Board 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town accept the provisions of Chapter 32, Section 20 (d 1 /^) of 
the Massachusetts General Laws, which provides that any person serving in the 
active Administration of the Contributory Retirement System shall be compen- 
sated for such services in an amount not less than $200.00 and not more than 
$3,000.00 per annum, by supplementing the Contributory Retirement System 
Expense Fund Appropriation; for the period July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985 
and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the 
sum of $1,500.00. 

ARTICLE 22 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds a sufficient sum of money to repair and restore to service the 
Civil Defense Rescue Squad Truck, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $15,000.00 to repair 
and restore to service the Civil Defense Rescue Squad Truck, and to provide 
therefor, the sum of $5,000.00 be raised and appropriated from Tax Levy, and 
the sum of $10,000.00 be transferred from the Excess and Deficiency Account. 

ARTICLE 23 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Firefighters of 



110 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical, and hospitalization expenses as a 
result of injuries received by the Firefighters in the performance of their duties, 
as provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of Mass. General Laws, in such 
amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of 
$706.29 to carry out the purpose of Article 23. 

•ARTICLE 24 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available balances a sufficient sum of money to indemnify certain Police Officers 
of the Town of Wakefield for medical, surgical, and hospitalization expenses as a 
result of injuries received by the Officers in the performance of their duties, as 
provided for under Section 100, Chapter 41 of Mass. General Laws, in such 
amount and to such extent as may be recommended by the Board of Selectmen. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of 
$21,539.30 to carry out the purpose of Article 24. 

ARTICLE 25 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Assessors to engage 
the services of a professional appraisal firm or person for the purpose of real 
estate assessments for the fiscal period July 1, 1986 to June 30, 1987; and to pro- 
vide therefor, that the Town raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds a sufficient sum of money, or to take any other action in relation thereto. 

Board of Assessors 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Board of Assessors to engage the ser- 
vices of a professional appraisal firm or person for the purpose of valuating the 
taxable real estate of the Town for the purpose of real estate assessments for the 
fiscal period July 1, 1986 to June 30, 1987, and to provide therefor, the Town 
raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of $125,000.00. 

ARTICLE 26 

To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds, the sum of $7,500 as its share of the cost to fund the position of 
Community Planner Economic Development Administrator for the Town of 
Wakefield, said sum of money to be expended solely upon approval and receipt of 
a State Grant in the amount of $22,500; and that the Board of Selectmen be 
authorized to apply for, receive and expend, without further appropriation, a 
State Grant for the foregoing purposes. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account the 
sum of $7,500.00 as its share of the cost to fund the position of Community Plan- 
ner Economic Development Administrator for the Town of Wakefield, said sum 
of money to be expended solely upon approval and receipt of a State Grant in the 
amount of $22,500; and that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to apply for, 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT m 



receive and expend, without further appropriation, a State Grant for the forego- 
ing purposes. 

ARTICLE 27 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate and/or transfer from 
available balances, a sufficient sum of money for the replacement or reconstruc- 
tion of a portion of the High School roof; and to authorize the School Committee 
to hire an architect or engineer to provide plans and specifications so as to obtain 
bids for the replacement or reconstruction of same, and to enter into a contract 
or contracts to accomplish the foregoing, or to see what the Town will do about 
it. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town transfer from the Excess and Deficiency Account the 
sum of $250,000. for the replacement or reconstruction of a portion of the High 
School roof; and to authorize the School Committee to hire an architect or 
engineer to provide plans and specifications so as to obtain bids for the replace- 
ment or reconstruction of same, and to enter into a contract or contracts to ac- 
complish the purpose of Article 27. 

ARTICLE 28 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, and/or transfer from 
available balances, a sufficient sum of money for the removal and replacement of 
a boiler and oil burner at the Montrose School, or to see what the Town will do 

about it. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of 
$45,000.00 to carry out the purpose of Article 28. 

ARTICLE 29 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, and/or transfer from 
available balances, a sufficient sum of money for the removal of any asbestos 
material in the Junior High School, and to replace such asbestos material with 
acceptable non-asbestos material, or to see what the Town will do about it. 

School Committee 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town raise and appropriate from Tax Levy the sum of 
$36,306. to carry out the purpose of Article 29. 

ARTICLE 30 
To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer a sufficient 
sum of money to a Public Works Capital Outlay Account for the replacement of 
equipment and other Capital Outlay needs of the Department, or to authorize the 
lease-purchase of said equipment or take any other action in relation thereto 

Board of Public Works 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town transfer from Excess and Deficiency the sum ot 
$205,000.00 to supplement the budget of the Board of Public Works for the fiscal 



112 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Division 


Amount 


Sewer 


51,000. 


Highway 


52,000. 


Highway 


52,000. 


Highway 


20,000. 


Park& 


14,000. 


r orestry 
Highway 


10,000. 


Cemetery 


6,000. 



period July 1, 1984 through June 30, 1985, said sum of money to be expended for 
the purchase of the following Capital Outlay equipment: 

Number Item 

1 Replace 1970 Hi- Velocity Sewer Cleaner 

1 Replace 1959 Mack Dump Truck 

1 Replace 1973 Int. Dump Truck 

2 Replace (1970 & 1972) Sanders 

at $10,000. each 
1 Replace 1970 Pick-up Truck 

1 Replace 1964 Air Compressor 

Develop Lots & Graves 

ARTICLE 31 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Wakefield Fire Department, act- 
ing by and through the Board of Selectmen, to purchase, or to enter into a Lease 
or Lease/Purchase Agreement, for the acquisition of one (1) new pumper for use 
by the Fire Department, and to provide therefor, that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate and/or transfer from available funds, a sufficient sum of money; and 
further, that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to execute and deliver a Lease 
or Lease/Purchase Agreement for same, upon such terms and conditions as may 
be acceptable and deemed advantageous to the Town and pursuant to 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, Section 4, or take any other action 
relative thereto. 

Board of Selectmen 

On motion by Finance Committee: 

Voted: That the Town authorize the Wakefield Fire Department, acting by 
and through the Board of Selectmen, to purchase one (1) new pumper for the use 
by the Fire Department, and to provide therefor, the Town raise and appropriate 
from Tax Levy the sum of $160,000. 

The Moderator, Mr. Albert Turco recognized Selectman Yebba who moved 
that this Special Town Meeting be now dissolved. 

Mr. Yebba thanked the Moderator, the Finance Committee and yours truly. 

The time was 9:58 P.M. with 250 people in attendance. 
A TRUE RECORD 

ATTEST: THELMA E. RENNARD 

Town Clerk 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



113 



ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION FEBRUARY 27, 1984 


^™'^~ — 




Precincts 












1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Total 




BOARD OF SE] 








David B. Cameron 


396 


615 


450 


335 


199 


1995 


Thomas A. Mullen 


802 


717 


941 


676 


349 


3485 


F. Michael Nardone 


316 


188 


298 


147 


223 


1172 


Paul V. Wheeler 


569 


442 


800 


452 


277 


2540 


All Others 


— 


— 





■ 






Blanks 


355 


308 


471 


244 


250 


1628 


TOTAL 


2438 


2270 


2960 


1854 


1298 


10820 




MODERATOR 










Albert J. Turco 


909 


882 


1078 


724 


454 


4047 


All Others 


— 


— 








^_ 




Blanks 


310 


253 


402 


203 


195 


1363 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 




TOWN CLERK 










Thelma E. Rennard 


935 


906 


1111 


733 


467 


4152 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 











Blanks 


284 


229 


369 


194 


182 


1258 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 




BOARD OF ASSESSORS 








Gerard F. Gillis 


447 


562 


732 


281 


243 


2265 


Paul G. Faler 


651 


479 


586 


584 


323 


2623 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


121 


94 


162 


62 


83 


522 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 


MUNICIPAL LIGHT COMMISSIONERS 






James H. Murphy 


884 


850 


1037 


669 


439 


3879 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


335 


285 


443 


258 


210 


1531 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 




BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 








Frederick A. Beyer, . 


Jr. 511 


538 


727 


452 


218 


2446 


Joseph A. Curley 


643 


556 


832 


456 


322 


2809 


Wayne M. Tarr 


638 


624 


631 


499 


379 


2771 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


646 


552 


770 


447 


379 


2794 


TOTAL 


2438 


2270 


2960 


1854 


1298 


10820 




SCHOOL COMMITTEE (3 


year term) 






John B. Encarnacao 


839 


772 


922 


627 


455 


3615 


Warren W. Magoon 


671 


650 


905 


543 


296 


3065 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


928 


848 


1133 


684 


547 


4140 


TOTAL 


2438 


2270 


2960 


1854 


1298 


10820 




SCHOOL COMMITTEE (1 


year term) 






Janice C. Poritzky 


832 


808 


947 


669 


425 


3681 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


387 


327 


533 


258 


224 


1729 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 



114 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





BEEBE LIBRARY TRUSTEES 








Yolanda R. Ballou 


580 


581 


632 


428 


321 


2542 


Elsie B. Donovan 


614 


585 


738 


500 


291 


2728 


Walter A. Howlett 


615 


533 


708 


497 


274 


2627 


Mary N. Vincent 


619 


644 


764 


498 


304 


2829 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


1229 


1062 


1598 


858 


757 


5504 


TOTAL 


3657 


3405 


4440 


2781 


1947 


16230 




HOUSING AUTHORITY 








Mary S. Sweeney 


' 877 


831 


1021 


683 


434 


3846 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


342 


304 


459 


244 


215 


1564 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 




BOARD OF HEALTH 








Harry E. Lilley 


603 


464 


770 


425 


347 


2609 


George 0. Richardson 


418 


517 


464 


375 


205 


1979 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


198 


154 


246 


127 


97 


822 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 




TOWN PLANNING BOARD 








Vincent J. Cardillo 


909 


847 


1038 


676 


486 


3956 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


310 


288 


442 


251 


163 


1454 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 




CONSTABLES 










Roger G. Maloney 


916 


877 


1109 


684 


460 


4046 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


303 


258 


371 


243 


189 


1364 


TOTAL 


1219 


1135 


1480 


927 


649 


5410 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY - MARCH 13, 1984 
DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

Precincts 
12 3 4 

PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 



Total 



Jesse Jackson 


12 


10 


15 


6 


7 


50 


Gary Hart 


294 


262 


367 


207 


156 


1286 


Reubin Askew 


1 














1 


George Mc Govern 


152 


165 


s 199 


122 


69 


707 


Walter F. Mondale 


200 


131 


200 


128 


94 


753 


Ernest F. Hollings 





2 


1 


2 


1 


6 


Alan Cranston 











1 





1 


John Glenn 


52 


49 


70 


47 


17 


235 


No Preference 


8 


3 


10 


5 


5 


31 


All Others 


8 


6 


6 


6 





26 


Blanks 


9 


3 


7 


5 


4 


28 


TOTAL 


736 


631 


875 


529 


353 


3124 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



115 





STATE COMMITTEE MAN 








John A. Brennan, Jr. 


537 


456 


642 


396 


247 


2278 


All Others 


1 














1 


Blanks 


198 


175 


233 


133 


106 


845 


TOTAL 


736 


631 


875 


529 


353 


3124 


STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 








Mary E. Sullivan Kelly 


529 


443 


581 


367 


236 


2156 


All Others 


— 


— 













Blanks 


207 


188 


294 


162 


117 


968 


TOTAL 


736 


631 


875 


529 


353 


3124 




TOWN COMMITTEE 








Group 1 


246 


229 


295 


200 


125 


1095 


Albert J. Turco 


350 


297 


387 


315 


173 


1522 


Harry J. Petrucci 


297 


265 


331 


251 


156 


1300 


Roger G. Maloney 


333 


302 


438 


261 


164 


1498 


Alfred R. Yebba 


339 


294 


397 


254 


162 


1446 


Joseph Petrucci 


291 


257 


320 


238 


154 


1260 


Amelia Tecce 


325 


282 


362 


249 


175 


1393 


Joseph A. Curley 


362 


318 


452 


285 


170 


1587 


James Terrence French 


285 


250 


312 


226 


145 


1218 


Mary T. Tecce 


309 


289 


353 


240 


157 


1348 


Vincent J. Carisella 


299 


271 


355 


245 


161 


1331 


Sabatino Benedetto 


346 


285 


368 


249 


181 


1429 


J. Edward Surette, Jr. 


319 


283 


375 


268 


160 


1405 


Alfred A. Minahan, Jr. 


443 


348 


529 


338 


193 


1851 


Peter Cerrone 


301 


259 


352 


226 


149 


1287 


Alfred J. Yebba 


320 


280 


386 


239 


164 


1389 


Merritt H. Tenney 


314 


265 


342 


250 


148 


1319 


Vincent Andrew Carisella 


305 


267 


343 


244 


166 


1325 


George E. Paiva 


309 


282 


369 


252 


164 


1376 


James E. Good 


333 


303 


410 


263 


163 


1472 


Henry B. McConville 


295 


272 


398 


250 


144 


1359 


Alfred R. Razzaboni 


332 


283 


345 


256 


170 


1386 


Gertrude F. Quakers 


303 


265 


360 


244 


149 


1321 


Louis R. Sardella 


368 


312 


377 


278 


185 


1520 


Judith L. Babb 


307 


275 


359 


248 


144 


1333 


Muriel M. McConville 


301 


279 


400 


252 


143 


1375 


Paul V. Wheeler 


390 


323 


472 


305 


185 


1675 


Philip L. McAuliffe, Jr. 


326 


291 


377 


259 


159 


1412 


Benito G. Barsanti 


296 


263 


372 


237 


148 


1316 


Thomas A. Mullen 


411 


348 


455 


321 


181 


1716 


Dennis P. Hogan, Jr. 


312 


272 


367 


237 


143 


1331 


James M. Scott 


330 


286 


435 


270 


155 


1476 


Jeanne Marie Delory 


315 


292 


419 


259 


163 


1448 


Concetta R. Tecce 


297 


277 


327 


227 


155 


1283 


Charles R. Curley 


331 


279 


371 


246 


159 


1386 


Non-Grouped: 














Quirino M. Iannazzo 


88 


77 


109 


60 


35 


369 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


1 


— 


1 


Blanks 


14578 


12294 


17501 


9672 


6832 


60877 


TOTAL 


25760 


22085 


30625 


18515 


12355 


109340 



116 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY - 


MARCH 13, 1984 








REPUBLICAN PARTY 










Precincts 












1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Total 


PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 








Ronald W. Reagan 


55 


95 


71 


52 


24 


297 


No Preference 


6 


12 


8 


5 


2 


33 


All Others 


3 


5 


1 


6 


— 


15 


Blanks 


2 


4 


3 


4 


2 


15 


TOTAL 


66 


116 


83 


67 


28 


360 




STATE COMMITTEE MAN 








Jon D. Scarborough 


37 


84 


46 


39 


19 


225 


George W. Young 


18 


17 


16 


15 


4 


70 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


11 


15 


21 


13 


5 


65 


TOTAL 


66 


116 


83 


67 


28 


360 


STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 








Patrice M. Beraldi 


6 


10 


4 


9 


4 


33 


Josephine M. Mutti 


6 


13 


13 


12 


3 


47 


Christina M. Robinson 


41 


77 


51 


34 


17 


220 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


13 


16 


15 


12 


4 


60 


TOTAL 


66 


116 


83 


67 


28 


360 




TOWN COMMITTEE 








Group 1 


32 


68 


41 


30 


12 


183 


Philip H. DePasquale 


34 


71 


48 


39 


15 


207 


Thelma E. Rennard 


44 


84 


55 


49 


17 


249 


Richard R. Tisei 


34 


73 


44 


36 


14 


201 


Christine M. Meeken 


37 


79 


46 


39 


14 


215 


M. Virginia Cannon 


39 


77 


50 


38 


14 


218 


Loring E. Wentzel 


38 


83 


49 


40 


15 


225 


Alexander J. Struzziero 


38 


77 


48 


40 


15 


218 


William A. Pollman 


37 


76 


53 


39 


14 


219 


Judith Bowers 


36 


75 


48 


37 


13 


209 


Lou Ann Bumstead 


39 


85 


46 


34 


13 


217 


Homer M. Shellenberger, 


Jr. 43 


83 


51 


43 


16 


236 


Bertram A. Hudson 


40 


76 


48 


45 


14 


223 


RoseM. Golini 


36 


75 


47 


33 


16 


207 


Cynthia M.Cook 


39 


77 


54 


40 


16 


226 


Eric Reid 


36 


80 


51 


39 


14 


220 


S. Ernest Pegnato 


35 


73 


49 


35 


15 


207 


Alfred E.Webber 


42 


77 


49 


41 


16 


225 


Jerome V. Sweeney, II 


40 


79 


- 51 


42 


16 


22& 


John J. McNulty 


37 


74 


49 


40 


15 


215 


Virginia Climo 


43 


83 


50 


38 


17 


231 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


553 


763 


674 


553 


261 


2804 


TOTAL 


1320 


2320 


1660 


1340 


560 


7200 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



117 



TOTAL TALLY 

STATE PRIMARY - DEMOCRATIC - SEPTEMBER 

Precincts 
12 3 4 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS 



WAKEFIELD 

18, 1984 

5 Total 



David M. Bartley 


114 


98 


122 


85 


51 


470 


Michael Joseph Connolly 


179 


126 


165 


111 


87 


668 


John F. Kerry 


646 


527 


649 


452 


330 


2604 


James M. Shannon 


470 


354 


531 


306 


223 


1884 


All Others 


— 


— 











_ 


Blanks 


95 


69 


90 


44 


37 


335 


TOTAL 


1504 


1174 


1557 


998 


728 


5961 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 






Edward J. Markey 


770 


646 


762 


487 


329 


2994 


Michael J. Barrett 


47 


32 


47 


21 


20 


167 


Philip E.Doherty 


22 


8 


20 


4 


5 


59 


Michael Gelber 


2 


2 


3 


4 


5 


16 


Samuel Rotondi 


617 


456 


683 


456 


350 


2562 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


46 


30 


42 


26 


19 


163 


TOTAL 


1504 


1174 


1557 


998 


728 


5961 


COUNTY COMMISSIONER 








Thomas J. Larkin 


495 


435 


549 


366 


221 


2066 


Michael E. McLaughlin 


592 


433 


599 


370 


259 


2253 


Robert W. Keough 


219 


211 


260 


165 


108 


963 


Albert Joseph Onessimo 


256 


153 


247 


167 


156 


979 


Anthony D. Pini 


185 


141 


176 


116 


129 


747 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


1261 


975 


1283 


812 


583 


4914 


TOTAL 


3008 


2348 


3114 


1996 


1456 


11922 




TREASURER 










William J. Gustus 


300 


240 


323 


206 


109 


1178 


Rocco J. Antonelli 


127 


83 


119 


89 


72 


490 


Daniel H. Ballou, Jr. 


176 


108 


183 


112 


100 


679 


Thomas F. Coughlin 


106 


82 


115 


81 


58 


442 


Leo F. Henebury, Jr. 


18 


30 


23 


17 


16 


104 


Joseph E. LeBlanc 


57 


49 


64 


36 


25 


231 


Vincent A. LoPresti 


396 


343 


390 


255 


222 


1606 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


324 


239 


340 


202 


126 


1231 


TOTAL 


1504 


1174 


1557 


998 


728 


5961 




COUNCILLOR 










Joseph A. Langone, III 


686 


490 


656 


452 


398 


2682 


Mary McQueeney Aliberti 


280 


238 


303 


215 


123 


1159 


Robert W. Collins 


248 


230 


262 


145 


96 


981 


All Others 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Blanks 


290 


216 


336 


186 


Ill 


1139 


TOTAL 


-\ en * 


1174 


1557 


998 


728 


5961 



118 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 
John A. Brennan, Jr. 1179 914 1211 764 

All Others — — - — 

Blanks 325 260 346 234 

TOTAL 1504 1174 1557 998 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 



Donald B. Flanagan, Jr. 

J. Edward Surette, Jr. 

H. Steven Welford, Jr. 

All Others 

Blanks 

TOTAL 

Paul J. Cavanaugh 
All Others 
Blanks 
TOTAL 



546 
365 
556 



414 
238 
501 



512 272 
497 261 
503 443 



37 21 45 22 

1504 1174 1557 998 

REGISTER OF PROBATE 

1053 824 1073 . 705 



566 

162 

728 

313 
154 
246 

15 

728 

527 



4634 

1327 
5961 

2057 
1515 
2249 

140 
5961 

4182 



451 


350 


484 


293 


201 


1779 


1504 


1174 


1557 


998 


728 


5961 



TOTAL TALLY 

STATE PRIMARY - REPUBLICAN - SEPTEMBER 

Precincts 

12 3 4 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

Elliot I. Richardson 140 150 134 

Raymond Shamie 222 274 212 

All Others - — — 

Blanks 15 10 7 

TOTAL 377 434 353 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
S. Lester Ralph 275 354 284 244 

All Others 
Blanks 
TOTAL 

Nicholas S. Polio 
All Others 
Blanks 
TOTAL 



WAKEFIELD 

18, 1984 

5 Total 



133 


38 


595 


166 


72 


946 


6 


3 


41 


305 


113 


1582 



77 



1234 



102 


80 


69 


61 


36 


348 


377 


434 


353 


305 


113 


1582 


COUNTY COMMISSIONER 








265 


313 


248 


224 


78 


1128 


2 


1 


2 


— 


— 


5 


487 


554 


4563 


386 


148 


2031 


754 


868 


706 


610 


226 


3164 


TREASURER 











Edward Young 
All Others 
Blanks 
TOTAL 

All Others 

Blanks 

TOTAL 



10 



19 



374 424 


350 


303 


112 


1563 


377 434 


353 


305 


113 


1582 


COUNCILLOR 










377 434 


353 


305 


113 


1582 


377 434 


353 


305 


113 


1582 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



All Others 

Blanks 

TOTAL 

Richard R. Tisei 
All Others 
Blanks 
TOTAL 

All Others 

Blanks 

TOTAL 



SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 

377 434 353 305 
377 434 353 305 
REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 



313 



344 



286 



266 



113 
113 

93 



119 



1582 
1582 

1302 



64 90 67 


39 


20 


280 


377 434 353 


305 


113 


1582 


REGISTER OF PROBATE 








377 434 353 


305 


113 


1582 


377 434 353 


305 


113 


1582 



RECOUNT 

September 29, 1984 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

Twenty-second Middlesex District 

Precincts 

12 3 4 
REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

Donald B. Flanagan, Jr. 548 415 513 273 

J. Edward Surette, Jr. 363 239 497 260 

H. Steven Welford, Jr. 559 502 503 442 

Blanks 34 21 45 24 

TOTAL 1504 1177 1558 999 



Total 



314 


2063 


154 


1513 


247 


2253 


15 


139 


730 


5968 



RESULTS OF STATE ELECTION - NOVEMBER 6, 1984 

Precincts 
12 3 4 5 

PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT 



Mondale & Ferraro 
Reagan & Bush 
Serrette & Ross 
Blanks 
TOTAL 

John F. Kerry 
Raymond Shamie 
Blanks 
TOTAL 

Edward J. Markey 
S. Lester Ralph 
Blanks 
TOTAL 



1577 

1947 

11 

51 

3586 



1154 

1593 

9 

48 

2804 



1593 

1759 

10 

44 

3406 



934 

1153 

7 

21 

2115 



SENATOR IN CONGRESS 

1833 1390 1802 1037 

1698 1362 1547 1035 

55 52 57 43 

3586 2804 3406 2115 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

2399 1840 2239 1294 

1058 843 1020 739 

129 121 147 82 

3586 2804 3406 2115 



762 

746 

6 

21 

1535 

874 

627 

34 

1535 

1092 

382 

61 

1535 



Total 

6020 

7198 

43 

185 

13446 

6936 

6269 

241 

13446 

8864 

4042 

540 

13446 



120 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





COUNCILLOR 










Joseph A. Langone, III 


2466 1832 


2227 


1381 


1080 


8986 


Blanks 


1120 972 


1179 


734 


455 


4460 


TOTAL 


3586 2804 


3406 


2115 


1535 


13446 


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 






John A. Brennan, Jr. 


2551 1973 


2391 


1466 


1091 


9472 


Blanks 


1035 831 


1015 


649 


444 


3974 


TOTAL 


3586 2804 


3406 


2115 


1535 


13446 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 






Donald B. Flanagan, Jr. 


• 1894 1322 


1625 


881 


857 


6579 


Richard R. Tisei 


1583 1406 


1701 


1164 


627 


6481 


Blanks 


109 76 


80 


70 


51 


386 


TOTAL 


3586 2804 


3406 


2115 


1535 


13446 




REGISTER OF PROBATE 








Paul J. Cavanaugh 


2465 1878 


2251 


1399 


1057 


9050 


Blanks 


1121 926 


1155 


716 


478 


4396 


TOTAL 


3586 2804 


3406 


2115 


1535 


13446 




COUNTY COMMISSIONER 








Thomas J. Larkin 


1755 1349 


1676 


1028 


782 


6590 


Michael E. McLaughlin 


1710 1348 


1691 


973 


785 


6507 


Nicholas S. Polio 


1212 969 


1091 


755 


418 


4445 


Blanks 


2495 1942 


2354 


1474 


1085 


9350 


TOTAL 


7172 5608 


6812 


4230 


3070 


26892 




COUNTY TREASURER 








William J. Gustus 


2349 1795 


2176 


1332 


995 


8647 


Blanks 


1237 1009 


1230 


783 


540 


4799 


TOTAL 


3586 2804 
QUESTION 1 


3406 


2115 


1535 


13446 


Yes 


2721 2136 


2538 


1634 


1101 


10130 


No 


340 240 


379 


200 


166 


1325 


Blanks 


525 428 


489 


281 


268 


1991 


TOTAL 


3586 2804 


3406 


2115 


1535 


13446 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



121 



Record of Births 



Date Name of Child 

1984 
January 

1 Joseph Ford Puccio 

2 Sarah Jeanne Blackwell 
5 Hannah Lee Webster 

9 Robert John Kelliher, Jr. 

9 Amanda Gloria Montanez 

9 Elizabeth Ruth Newman 
10 Justin William LeFave 

13 Matthew John Krovitz 

14 Brian Gordon Walker, Jr. 
16 Elizabeth Susan Sands 

20 Jacob David Watroba 

21 Jill Lynette Krayewsky 
21 Katherine Taylor Latham 
21 Kristina Lee Murphy 

21 Christopher Anthony Serino 

22 Kerry Lynn Heitz 

23 Stephanie Jeanne Leccese 
26 Tania Jean Parisi 

26 Caroline Weiselberg Evans 

28 Lori Anne Rassiccia 

29 Brian David Mosier 

31 Daniel Edward Schuler 

February 

2 Jennifer Elise Bettano 

2 Megan Kate Hernandez 

3 Bryan Galvin Cronin 

3 Matthew Smith Datalo 

4 Tiffany Kay Bates 

4 Nina Jane Fahy 

5 Aprile Marie Lozzi 

6 Emily Elizabeth Taylor 
8 Nicole Leanne Camier 

10 Caitlin Grace Murphy 

11 Ryan James Grieco 

12 Timothy Elhami Kaldas 

13 Michael Daniel Grant 

13 Jacqueline Ann Merry 

14 Daniel Redman Warren 

15 Nicole Christen Morris 
18 Zaki Said Jaber 

18 Michael Philip Seavey 

20 Katrina Rowley Capizzi 

22 Sara DiMarco 

25 Thomas Patrick Clark 

25 Kate Wright Moriarty 



Parents 



James & Mary L. (Ford) 
Howard N. & Pamela J. (Willis) 
Wayne E. & Karen L. (Crimble) 
Robert J. & Donna J. (DiRaffaele) 
Edwin & Charlotte (Lathuras) 
Christopher G. & Deborah W. (Cheever) 
William F., Ill & Joanne R. (Stelluto) 
Robert A. & Mary M. (Rodenbush) 
Brian G. & Mary O. (Leslie) 
Peter J. & Amy M. (Johnson) 
David F. & Judith A. (Soares) 
Michael F. & Lynn C. (Sobczyk) 
Roger H. & Jean (Moore) 
James L. & Susan L. (Fair) 
Anthony & Susan E. (Callahan) 
Stephen D. & Andrea F. (Gish) 
Joseph J. & Rosemary T. (Yasi) 
John A. & Lois J. (Fitcher) 
Bruce B. & Nancy L. (Weiselberg) 
Joseph M. & Pamela J. (Meads) 
Alan S. & Beth S. (Gorsun) 
Bradley R. & Maureen J. (Binda) 

John D. & Susan E. (Long) 
Victor M. & Gail A. (Kennard) 
Stephen D. & Darlene J. (Hanson) 
Kim A. & Ruthanne (Smith) 
Jeffrey G. & Wendy K. (Robertson) 
William T. & Lyudmila N. (Luneva) 
Mark A. & Lisa M. (Foley) 
Leo J. & Melanie J. (Rumson) 
Peter J. & Linda M. (Campochiaro) 
Michael D. & Anne M. (DeFelippo) 
James A. & Jean A. (Kelly) 
Elhami A. & Salwa B. (Sabbagh) 
Kenneth H. & Janice (Delaney) 
David J. & Kathleen M. (Flynn) 
Philip R. & Susan M. (Rose) 
Scott L. & Sydney A. (Neilson) 
Samir Z. & Lynne M. (Donahue) 
Philip R. & Catherine T. (Byrne) 
Michael J. & Catherine C. (Rowley) 
David D. & Ilona (Deissler) 
Daniel R. & Diane M.(Damrath) 
John J. & Carol (Creelman) 



122 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



26 Gilbert Rowley Hendry 

26 Maria Angela Scippa 

27 Eileen Patricia McLaughlin 
27 Alison Donegan Spindler 
29 Adam Bartlett Hueter 

29 Jessica Beth Mosley 

29 Bryan Timothy Puglia 

29 Sheena Beatrice Vanderley 

March 

1 James Vincent Cresta 
3 Andrea Marie Cotty 

3 John Paul Sacharczyk 

5 Zachary Richard Canto 

5 Nolan James Curran 

8 Alexandra Barker 

11 Alysha Marie Mignosa 

13 Rebecca Lee DePriest 

13 Sarah Jane DePriest 

13 Michael Raymond Parr 

15 Sean Matthew Carmody 

15 Elizabeth Anne McFadden 

16 Joseph Bogden Sniezek 
20 Michael Cummings Engels 
20 Nathan William Moore 

25 Talya Eva Vatman 

27 Linda Renee Cicciarella 

27 Luke Edward-Trevor DeSisto 

27 Thomas John Maguire 

29 Lindsay Carlene Emmott 

31 Ashley Kathryn MacLaughlin 

31 Lindsay Ellen Maher 

31 Michael James Maher 

April 

2 Margaret Lee Cahill 

2 Michael Paul Sokol 

3 Kristina Marie DiPanni 

4 Robert John Vercellini, Jr. 

5 Charles John Ming Burng Loews 

6 Jessica Grace Saccardo 

8 Anthony David Falangas 

10 Amy Linnea Toothaker 

10 Lauren Elizabeth Watts 

11 Caitlyn Marie Anamateros 
11 Maria Antonelli Sancinito 

11 John Alexander Zani, Jr. 

12 Seth Clarke McCullough 

13 Kimberly Ann Luciani 

13 Kevin Michael Thomas 

14 Mark David Schneider 
14 Kimberly Marie Thibault 

18 Danielle Julianna Cassettari 



James R. & Marjorie D. (Inglehart) 
Rocco A. & Zita I. (Rodrigues) 
Charles P. & Linda M.(Gifford) 
John A. & Marie D. (Donegan) 
Raymond M. & Geryl (Hamson) 
Leslie D. & Adriane H. (Obelsky) 
Lee J. & Adrienne (Redfearn) 
AUan E. & Wanda C. (Wegner) 

Vincenzo & Tina A. (Fotino) 
Richard P. & Leslie A. (Trzepacz) 
Steven & Janice L. (Szczawinski) 
Richard P. & Elaine C. (Hupprich) 
William D. & Susan D. (Currier) 
Thomas G. & Joanne M. (Verville) 
Gregory & Bonnie J. (McGregor) 
Steven J. & Martha J. (Spinney) 
Steven J. & Martha J. (Spinney) 
David L. & Sheila A. (Carroll) 
Stephen M. & Debra L. (Morris) 
Timothy M. & Michelle J. (O'Rourke) 
Bogdan J. & Carolyn J. (Sheils) 
Joseph G. & Virginia M. (Cummings) 
Stephen & Amy M. (Carkin) 
Louis D. & Anna W. (Vorotnitsky) 
David P. & Cynthia J. (Lamy) 
Stephen J. & Paula B. (Bahia) 
Thomas G. & Mary Ann (Spang) 
Dana F. & Dana L. (Tripoli) 
John R. & Janet K. (Ribero) 
David M. & Nancy L. (Whyte) 
David M. & Nancy L. (Whyte) 

William T. & Nancy G. (Hooper) 
Steven P. & Laurie (McNamara) 
Michael J. & Corinne (Santilli) 
Robert J. & Wanda M. (Pfenninger) 
John H. & Donna M. (Greene) 
John & Susan E. (Munro) 
Charles S. & Maura J. (Nadworny) 
George R., Ill & Carlene (Peterson) 
Paul D. & Diane E. (Dickey) 
Harry & Lisa M. (Edwards) 
Joseph F. & Irene (Antonelli) 
John A. & Lorene A. (Sacoco) 
Jerome T., Jr. & Kathleen A. (McDonald) 
Frank J., Jr. & Laurie J.(Lapham) 
Michael J. & Jean A. (Casazza) 
Mark K. & Jeanne M. (Lawrence) 
Gerald R. & Lauren M. (White) 
Michael N. & Sharon L. (Paradis) 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



123 



18 Kiely Fitzgerald Shine 

19 Jennie Marie Wiley 

20 Heather Dawn McCullough 
23 Lauren Elizabeth D'Amore 
25 Katie Elizabeth Fauvel 

25 Janelle Renee Tetrault 

26 Scott Eric Parsons 

27 Christopher Michael Conroy 

27 Elizabeth Ann Tully 

28 Jennifer Lynne Weaver 

28 Ann Marie Zeimetz 

29 Emily Kathryn Earle 

May 

1 Amanda Jean Heimbecker 

1 Julie Anne Sjostrom 
3 Thomas Robert 

Goodwin Hodgkins 

3 Cheryl Cate Naylor 

4 Jason Norman Beliveau 

5 Michael Robert Bernabei 

5 Danielle Marie Williams 

6 Michael Tony Armaleh 

7 Angela Kimberly King 
9 Lynsey Ann Herman 

10 Jessica Elizabeth Glaze 

10 Courtney Jean Kallenback 

11 Justin Robert Guimond 

12 Rachel Lea Burnell 

13 Nicholas English Frew 

14 Michelle Ann Loveless 

14 Meghan Eileen Sardella 

15 Christopher James Basmaji 
15 Stephanie Marina Doulis 

15 Katelyn Marie Suchcicki 

16 Yonatan Roy Freeman 
18 Daniel Jay Lawson 

20 Lauren Marie Chauncy 

20 Tina Chu 

23 Meghan Jean Caffrey 

28 Emily Katherine Kumpel 

28 Eric James Teasdale 

29 Kyle Benjamin Green 

30 Jenna Noelle Ciampa 

30 Jane Elizabeth Maguire 

31 Heather Ann Fahey 

31 Gregory Charles Kearns 

June 

2 Andrew Faez Shankhour 
5 Kathleen Patricia Horgan 

8 Daniel Mark Emero 



John J. & LuAnn (Marshall) 
Robert M. & Lynne M. (Meuse) 
Scott E. & Evelyn T. (Mooney) 
William M. & Marianne (Consolo) 
David C. & Clare M. (Walsh) 
David M. & Janet E. (Schloss) 
Richard E. & Donna J. (Chetwynd) 
Timothy M. & Jacqueline M. (Wilson) 
Patrick & Dorothy A. (Moore) 
Robert L. & Kelly A. (Narkun) 
Richard J. & Clare A. (Brown) 
Donald V. & Deborah A. (Gorman) 

Richard N. & Deborah J.(Eager) 
Robert N. & Linda J. (Carr) 

Donald G. & Faith A. (Goodwin) 
David R. & Gail E. (Doherty) 
Norman A. & Catherine M. (Brown) 
Robert B. & Jill L. (Boris) 
David W. & Elaine G.(Zukowski) 
Antouan & Samira (Hallak) 
Kenneth R. & Mary S. (Zitzow) 
Stephen R. & Denise K. (Barbato) 
John G., Jr. & Jacqueline M. (Brown) 
David M. & Debra J. (Ventura) 
Robert J. & Janice M. (Olstin) 
Thomas M. & Pamela A. (Mills) 
John A. & Paula L. (Murray) 
John M. & Cheryl A. (Keenan) 
Robert P. & Nancy A. (Nichols) 
Nabil E. & Ann M. (Castrichini) 
Kosta & Ripalda R. (DeLuca) 
Wojciech (Albert) Wlodzimierz & 

Donna M. (Santilli) 
Nelson M. & liana (Shaul) 
Jay P. & Claudia A. (Nesmith) 
Peter L. & Linda C. (Nigro) 
Lap Chu & OI Wah (Sze) 
James E. & Carol A.(Beaulieu) 
William L. & Patricia M. (Jennings) 
Michael W. & Donna B. (Cohen) 
Laurence D. & Susan M. (Migliore) 
Nicholas P. & Paula A. (Gardner) 
James F. & Carol M. (Robitaille) 
Robert E. & Juli K. (Anderson) 
James W. & Jacqueline A. (Bates) 

Faez & Deda (Boghos) 

Edmund J., Jr. & Linda J. (Titus) 

Mark T. & Nancy J. (Beane) 



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9 Ashley Grace Coe 

9 Scott Robert Dauphinee 

11 Colin Willim Fiske 

12 Michael Anthony Pirrello, III 

13 Jamie Greta Quinn 

14 Gregory Andrew Hurren 

15 Elizabeth Cavanaugh Vincent 

16 Matthew John Gallucci 
16 Martin Samuel Jaffer 
18 Conor Sullivan Farrell 

18 Ann Marie Spagnuolo 

22 Matthew Phenner Giuffre 

23 Robert Paul Cardavelli 

24 Michael Eric Schwarz 

26 Jared Marshall Pierce 

27 Amanda Ann Mathews 

28 Michael Christopher Nadeau 

29 Catrina Lindley Bruyn 

29 Kelly Frances Robertson 

July 

2 Michael Keith Petralia 
4 Luke James Distelhorst 
4 Robert Daniel Di Tonno 

7 Scott James Stache 

8 Brian Riley Jarmusik 
11 Michael John Terfry 

14 Kevin William Connolly 

14 Nathaniel Robert Rose 

15 Jennifer Ann Fitzgerald 

16 Jennifer Faith Foxon 
16 Jared James Grondin 

16 Michael Stephen Luciano 

17 Ryan Stephen Barry 

19 Richard Henry Conley 

19 Serena Patrice Wong 

20 Alexis Natalie Jenkins 

20 Catherine Anne Murphy 

21 Patrick Joseph Cyr 

22 Christopher Paul Zybert 
28 Jeffrey Michael Brunini 
28 Matthew James Davis 

30 Micah Robert McLaughlin 

August 

1 Thomas Anthony DelRossi 

3 Molly Brewer Klarman 
6 Sara Dorothy Kennedy 
6 Danielle Nicole King 

8 Edward Thomas Dunn, Jr. 

10 Nicole Mary Doucette 

10 Amanda Lee Pulos 

15 Lindsay Anne MacHenry 

15 Thomas Francis Stapleton III 



Donald S. & Donna M. (Rubino) 
Kenneth S. & Mary S. (Casten) 
Kenneth E. & Pamela J. (Johnson) 
Michael A. & Elaine M. (Moloney) 
John T. & Wilma G. (Wolfang) 
Christopher F. & Janet T. (Holland) 
Robert S. & Mary (Nerboso) 
Glenn A. & Lorraine (O'Connor) 
Aubrey G. & Roberta A. (Mills) 
Paul C. & Dianne M. (Sullivan) 
Carmen & Laurie A. (Robinson) 
Gene P. & Deborah G. (Phenner) 
Richard R. & Rosemarie L. (Curran) 
Thomas J., Sr. & Kimberly (Steffes) 
Peter G. & Sharon J. (Rice) 
Robert G. & Ann E. (Hamilton) 
Mark J. & Susan L. (Pease) 
Peter S. & Sharon A. (Gilley) 
Donald S. & Susan M. (Marino) 

Michael G. & Nora (Hollis) 
James S. & Kristin N. (Berardi) 
John P. & Mary C. (Meuse) 
Kenneth J. & Carolyne (McMaster) 
William J. & Therese C. (Riley) 
John M. & Letteria (Mancuso) 
Donald C. & Ann M. (Kennedy) 
Frederick S. & Ruth E. (Courier) 
Francis X. & Deborah A. (Goodell) 
Jeffrey M. & Marjorie A. (Serdula) 
Richard G. & Deborah M. (Sarni) 
Stephen A. & Judith A. (Cameron) 
Stephen S. Janice M. (Macchia) 
Michael H. & Ellen M. (Devine) 
Gary P. & Jenny K. (Lo) 
Thomas D. & Lucia A. (Groblewski) 
Michael T. & Christine A. (Lucido) 
John F. & Kathleen T. (McDade) 
Paul F. & Donna M. (Trickett) 
James A., Jr. & Mary J. (Burns) 
Kenneth W. & Karen F. (Singiser) 
Robert D. & Theresa A. (Chin) 

Richard J. & Cheryl A. (McPartland) 
David S. & Andra N. (Brewer) 
Lee J. & Virginia M. (Rima) 
Wayne P. & Annamarie (DeNicola) 
Edward T., Sr. & Cynthia M. (Goss) 
Paul L. & Betsy (Green) 
Steven D. & Tina M. (Lehl) 
Thomas E. & Cynthia L. (Westcott) 
Thomas F., II & Doris A. (Dellemonico) 



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16 Joseph William Cosentino 

16 Emily Elizabeth Currier 

16 Mark James DiNocco 

18 Nicole Elizabeth Nutile 

18 Joseph Christopher Evju, Jr. 

20 Ashley Bridget Petrillo 

20 Arielle Thelma Petti 

21 Eve Marie Torres 

22 Daniel Bradford Hancock 

22 Jessica Kate Lapierre 

23 Eric Scott Crouse 

24 Adam Christopher Davidson 
24 Ryan Charles Morash 

24 Kerri Frances Connerty 

29 Janine Lynne Moccia 

30 Eric Raymond Bourgeois 
September 

4 Brett Richard Steenbruggen 

11 Darla Camille Donato 

12 Timothy James Button 

12 Kendra Lee McCarthy 

13 Ipsita Bandy opadhyay 

14 Mary-Elizabeth Berry an 

14 John Joseph Gannon 

15 Tara Marion Robishaw 

16 Elizabeth Caroline Bouchard 

16 John Nicholas Lomartire 

17 Paula Nikiko Wood 

18 Kenneth Christopher Duratti 

18 Stephen Ryan Raffael 

19 Lowell Salerno 

20 Michael Edward Hutchinson 

20 Ian Reid Jones 

21 Michelle Eleanor Malonson 

22 James Earl Seeley 

22 Jillian Anastasia Walsh-Ezzidio 

24 Natalie Theroux Butler 

24 Elizabeth Mae Hylan 

25 Christine Haley Moore 

26 Christine Danielle Carriere 
26 Matthew Vincent DiCecca 

28 Kimberly Theresa Erwin 

29 Alexandra Chase Spang 

October 

2 Kristin Mary Sullivan 

3 Danielle Marie Whicher 

4 Mark Edward Donovan, Jr. 
6 Daniel Joseph Dix 

6 Joshua David Dix 

8 Anne Marie Purrington 

9 Lisa Marie Bancroft 



Frank J. & Andrea E. (Flaherty) 
Paul F. & Rae J. (Collamore) 
Daniel & Elise K. (Conserva) 
Steven J. & Denise (Georger) 
Joseph C. & Linda C. (Britt) 
John W. & Robin J. (Little) 
Richard J. & Lynne A. (Moser) 
Walter J. & Kathleen L. (Seewald) 
John A. & Marijane (Welford) 
Bruce D. & Ann M. (Hardy) 
Kenneth L., Jr. & Louise M. (Champa) 
William A. & Jean M. (Fraughton) 
Charles J. & Susan A. (Kudzi) 
Kenneth J. & Bernadette M. (Moran) 
James H. & Lynne A. (Dwyer) 
Paul J. & Sheryl A. (Woodard) 

Ronald J. & Dianne E. (Morgan) 
Domenic P. & Camille (Reppucci) 
Timothy A. & Joan M. (Rolli) 
Mark D. & Susan L. (Conger) 
Sajalendu M. & Papiya (Talapatra) 
David G. & Virginia M. (Sullivan) 
Stephen M. & Joyce A. (Carlton) 
Donald M. & Susan E. (Baker) 
John B., Jr. & Paulette B. (Beaudoin) 
Paul J. & Nancy J. (Reid) 
Kevin R. & Kathryn A. (Pearl) 
Kenneth E. & Diane M. (Kiddie) 
Michael S. & Nancy A. (Peterson) 
Charles J. & Dolores P. (DiPersio) 
Walter E. & Patricia A. (Trites) 
Leroy W. & Martha J. (Gammons) 
Frederick H. & Nancy A. (Fazzina) 
Joseph E. & Barbara A. (Quinlan) 
Hector B. & 

Elizabeth A. (Walsh) 
John T. & Mary C. (Theroux) 
Gary E. & Beth A. (Shellenberger) 
James M. & Colleen (Haley) 
Stephen J. & Patricia A. (Behrle) 
Vincent G. & Linda A. (Cogliano) 
George W. & Karen T. (Caggiano) 
Mark W. & Andrea A. (Chase) 

Robert T. & Andrea M. (Todaro) 
Stephen J. & Frances (Toneguzzo) 
Mark E. & Anne M. (Ragone) 
Robert A. & Bonnie J. (Strong) 
Robert A. & Bonnie J. (Strong) 
Stephen A. & Teresa L. (True) 
James H. & Karen J. (Olshaw) 



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10 Peter Joseph Mayne, Jr. 

16 Caitlin Ann Kimball 

16 Viken Paul Kachadorian 

16 Michael Francis Parziale 

16 Kelly Anne Remick 

19 Kathleen Mary Barrett 

20 Julie Anne Hill 

21 Jeffrey McNeill Surette 
21 Edward Alfred Hook, III 

24 Christen Elizabeth DelRossi. 

24 John Francis Murphy, Jr. 

25 Christopher Philip Fiore 
25 Kate Elizabeth Kolinsky 

25 David Moore McCoubrey 

26 Stephen William Delcore 

November 

1 Adam Everett DiGregorio 

1 Warren Vincent Means 

2 Abigail Elizabeth Bullen 

3 Andrew Charles Morrison 
3 Anna Scott Young 

5 Courtney Marie O'Farrell 
8 Laura Marie Frezza 

10 Paul Raymond Mueller 

10 Barbara Lee Renzullo 

11 Angie Ladonna Beecher 

11 Brendan Christopher Lynch 

13 John Leonard Bialas 

13 Elizabeth Ann Lauritis 

16 Matthew William Glick 

18 Danielle Marie Cioffi 

18 Andrew Charles Garofalo 

18 Vanessa Lillian Howland 

20 Adam Andrew D'Eramo 

20 David Jonathan Moore 

24 Rebecca Taylor Evangelista 

25 Wendy Josephine Albert 

28 Christiane Marie Colombero 

28 Cassandra Anne Semenza 
December 

2 Aaron Scott Chinn 

3 Kimberly Lozzi 

4 Matthew Daniel Fiore 

6 Keara Ann Gaffey 

7 Kristen Michelle Quille 

8 Devon Elizabeth Warwick 

10 Samantha Katherine Florence 

13 Scott Walter Brown 

13 Alicia Marie Gillis 

15 Tracy Riordan 

15 Bernard Robert Silva, IV 

16 Nicholas Lewis Roberts 



Peter J., Sr. & Janet E. (Murphy) 
Wayne A. & Cynthia L. (Munsen) 
Diran & Rita (Mekhjian) 
Richard F. & Deborah A. (Chamberlain) 
Robert J., Jr. & Denise A. (Collins) 
Thomas F. & Barbara J. (Driscoll) 
Banks D. & Gayle M. (Fletcher) 
Thomas M. & Linda E. (McNeill) 
Edward A., Jr. & Kathleen A. (Thorsen) 
Kevin J. & Mary F. (Boushell) 
John F., Sr. & Claudette C. (Zanni) 
Albert N. & Cheryl A. (Drago) 
Stanley M., Jr. & Gail (Adams) 
Brian D. & Jacquelyn H. (Moore) 
Joseph C. & Barbara M. (Putzel) 

Dean G. & Deborah J. (Pringle) 
Warren J. & Janet M. (Liotine) 
Christopher E. & Susan S. (Donoghue) 
Alan B. & Jeanne M. (Gagne) 
Jeffrey M. & Brenda (Buescher) 
David P. & Rosemarie L. (DeSpirito) 
Salvatore A. & Sharon M. (Marsden) 
Paul C. & Maryann (Lavery) 
John C, Jr. & Catherine M. (Reynolds) 
Blaine B. & Janet C. (Skilling) 
Christopher R. & Patricia M. (O'Brien) 
John C. & Susan (Nallen) 
Andres & Virginia A. (Powers) 
Bruce L. & Sheryl L. (Tuhna) 
David E., Jr. & Carolyn J. (Christopher) 
Louis A. & Robin A. (Pietrello) 
Frederick A. & Maureen F. (Goodfellow) 
Jerome A. & Sandra L. (Twadell) 
David A. & Lisa M. (Murphy) 
Richard C. & Elizabeth M. (Taylor) 
Eugene G. & Mary B. (Gaynor) 
Craig S. & Pamela A. (Kenyon) 
Paul J. & Constance P. (Tavolieri) 

Daryl S. & Judy A. (Muise) 
Joseph & Mary L. (Fortier) 
Daniel & Kathleen M. (Barry) 
Michael P. & Donna M. (Murphy) 
Alan D. & Susan A. (McNally) 
Willard P. & Roxanne J. (Coberth) 
Joseph R. & Daniele (Roux) 
Walter J., Jr. & Lisa E. (Wells) 
John D. & Dianne M. (Bordage) 
James J., Jr. & Donna L. (Marzino) 
Bernard R., Ill & Amy L. (Gallagher) 
George D. & Jayne M. (McGilvray) 



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17 Andrea Jean Bruno 

17 Timothy Richard Boland 

18 Andrew Joseph Collins 
18 Crystal Dawn Landry 

18 Katherine Elizabeth Richter 

19 Benjamin Nelson Layton 
19 Valerie Kasprzyk Passerini 

22 Matthew Thomas White, Jr. 

23 Paul David Welch 

25 Joy McGregor 

26 Cali Elizabeth Pitchel 
28 Jessica Lynn Can- 



Patrick F. & Jean M. (DelNinno) 
Albert V., Jr. & Jeanne M. (Pantano) 
Richard A. & Maryann J. (Berardi) 
Frank R. & Karen A. (Burns) 
Cory S. & Jane M. (Carabello) 
Robert L. & Michelle F. (Mclnnis) 
Pasquale A. & Joyce V. (Kasprzyk) 
Matthew T. & Arlene F. (Lowe) 
Paul R. & Kathleen M. (Rooney) 
John C. & Laurel L. (McHugh) 
Neil M. & Kathleen (Harris) 
Steven M. & Linda M. (Sigsbury) 



Place of 
Date Marriage 
January 1984 

6 Wakefield 

7 Peabody 
14 Lynnfield 
14 Wakefield 
20 Lexington 
20 Danvers 

27 Wakefield 

28 Wakefield 

February 

4 Wakefield 

6 Reading 

1 1 Maiden 

12 Wakefield 
14 Wakefield 
14 Lynnfield 
18 Haverhill 



Record of Marriages 



Name 

David Andrew Martin 
Judith Kathleen O'Shea 
Brian D. McCoubrey 
Jacquelyn H. O'Keefe 
Marvin Howard Levine 
Susan Louise Leary 
James Kevin McCarthy 
Barbara Janet Simpson 
Rudolph J. DiTonno, Jr. 
Diane C. DiTonno 
William P. McGarry, Jr. 
Kathleen M. Hughes 
Richard George Burns 
Patricia Susan Wheeler 
Andrew Paul Johnson 
Carol Ann Leuchtenberger 

Alvarino Joseph Crivello 
Ruth Marilyn Donaldson 
Dennis M. Guilfoyle 
Susan M. Greenquist 
Patrick Thomas O'Brien 
Joni Salie 

Steven Vincent Corsetti 
Lisa Joan Gaudet 
Thomas Joseph Fitzgerald 
Lorraine Marion Haskell 
Edmund David Wood 
Caroline Susan Mays 
Michael Barczak 
Valerie Jeanne Waldron 



Residence 

Salem, MA 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Woburn 

Woburn 

Woburn 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Melrose 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

N. Reading 

Andover 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Methuen 

Methuen 

Peabody 

Peabody 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Lawrence 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



18 


Barnstable 


Paul Daniel McAveeney 


Arlington 






Barbara Ann Freeman 


Wakefield 


19 


Newton Center 


Michael Francis Kilkelly 


Flushing, N.Y. 






Susan Kendall Taylor 


Wakefield 


24 


Wakefield 


Michael James McCarthy 


Wakefield 






Elizabeth Ann Noyes 


Wakefield 


25 


Newburyport 


Louis Arthur Laurent 


Wakefield 






Barbara Fay Bosco 


Wakefield 


March 






9 


Wakefield 


George Edgar Thomas, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Kathryn Anne Dixon 


Wakefield 


10 


Wakefield 


Thomas Alfred Crusco, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Allene Nancy Buonopane 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Joseph John Carboneau, Jr. . 


Wakefield 






Eleanor Alice Barry 


Lynnfield 


16 


Wakefield 


Dana John Montgomery 


Wakefield 






Ann Elizabeth Connelly 


Wakefield 


17 


Stoughton 


Richard Demerle 


Milford, MA 






Pamela Dykeman 


Stoughton 


17 


Wakefield 


Thomas Francis Donahue 


Wakefield 






Gail Marie Holdsworth 


Wakefield 


24 


Wakefield 


Robert Allen DeFelice 


Wakefield 






Janet Marie Gallines 


Wakefield 


24 


Scituate 


Foster Lee Giuliano 


Maiden 






Tyler Allison Walsh 


Maiden 


28 


Wakefield 


Ernest Mark Mahnken 


Wakefield 






Mischele Camuso 


Wakefield 


31 


Wakefield 


Angelo Vincent Russo, Jr. 


Revere 






Evelyn Jane Glynn 


Reading 


31 


Wakefield 


August Henry Surette 


Saugus 






Laurette Anne Gallant 


Wakefield 


April 






1 


Sharon 


David John Cornetta 


Melrose 






Clare Louise Hegarty 


Wakefield 


1 


Wakefield 


Hugh Charles Metzler 


Wakefield 






Donna Irene Corbett 


Wakefield 


6 


Lynnfield 


Mario John Cresta, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Andrea Lynn Thompson 


Salem 


6 


Wakefield 


Michael Timothy O'Connell 


Wakefield 






Lisa Jeanne Lane 


Wakefield 


7 


Lynnfield 


Thomas Wayne Bayrd 


Wakefield 






Judith Anne Weathers 


Wakefield 


7 


Wakefield 


Michael Francis Curry 


Wakefield 






Susan Marie Anderson 


Wakefield 


7 


Wakefield 


Thomas Jeffrey Donahue 


Wakefield 






Patrice Ann Shea 


Wakefield 


7 


Wakefield 


Peter Brooks Madden 


Wakefield 






Ann Louise Falite 


Wakefield 


7 


Winthrop 


Steven John Sellenger 


Saugus 






Theresa Diane Macken 


Wakefield 


7 


Wakefield 


Edward Stephen Shidlovsky 


Reading 






Janice Marion Clark 


Wakefield 



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8 


Wakefield 


William Daniel Murray 


Wakefield 






Kathryn Ann Marie Hackett 


Wakefield 


8 


Wakefield 


Joseph Paul Rossetti 


Saugus 






Barbara Anne Bid well 


Wakefield 


14 


Medford 


Richard Warren Hazelwood 


Berwyn, PA 






June Winifred Turner 


Wakefield 


14 


Wakefield 


Wayne Moriarty 


Wakefield 






Jo- Ann Gallella 


Wakefield 


15 


Haverhill 


William Vernon Bush 


Wakefield 






Lynette Ann LaChapelle 


Wakefield 


15 


Lynnfield 


Dean Gerard DiGregorio 


Watertown 






Deborah Jeanne Pringle 


Wakefield 


15 


Danvers 


Roger Paul Sacilotto, Jr. 


Beverly 






Susan Marie Woodyard 


Beverly 


17 


Wakefield 


Timothy Nemirah Collins 


Anaheim, CA 






Mary Louise Duclos 


Wakefield 


21 


Wakefield 


Frederick Francis Ayer, Jr. 


N. Reading 






Lisa Ann Barton 


Wakefield 


21 


Maiden 


William Edward Lundin 


Maiden 






Denise Ann Finn 


Maiden 


27 


Wakefield 


Stephen Richard Cabral 


Wakefield 






Patricia Marie Flora 


Wakefield 


28 


Wakefield 


Stephen Joseph Angelo 


Reading 






Dawn Marie Brawley 


Wakefield 


28 


Wakefield 


Arthur Lawrence Lyons 


Wakefield 






Mary Jane Welsh 


Wakefield 


28 


Wakefield 


Charles Joseph McDougall 


Reading 






Carol Ann DeFeo 


Wakefield 


28 


Wakefield 


Jeffrey Vance Parks 


Birmingham, AL 






Claire Marie McCarthy 


Birmingham, AL 


29 


Wakefield 


Vincent Paul Petitto, Jr. 


Weymouth 






Nancy Ann Kennedy 


Wakefield 


May 






4 


Peabody 


Thomas Joseph Bringola 


Wakefield 






Judith McCarthy 


Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Arthur Albert DiDonatis, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Caroline Jean Matonis 


Wakefield 


5 


Boston 


Walden McCloskey Dillaway 


E. Norwalk, CT 






Marnia Lynn Robinson 


E. Norwalk, CT 


5 


Wakefield 


Ralph Joseph Gonzalez 


Wakefield 






Wendy Grace Lee 


Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


John Joseph Leary 


Wakefield 






Deborah Ann Arsenault 


Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Salvatore Frederick Perrone 


Somerville 






Jean Marie Previte 


Wakefield 


5 


Wakefield 


Donald William Sheehan 


Melrose 






Catherine Mary Bartlett 


Wakefield 


6 


Wakefield 


Stephen Patrick Kiley, II 


Amherst, MA 
Wakefield 






Dayna Marie Pegnato 


12 


Wakefield 


Mark Christopher Fayne 


Maiden 
Wakefield 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



12 Way land 

12 Sudbury 

12 Reading 

12 Lynnfield 

17 Reading 

19 Reading 

19 Wakefield 

19 Wakefield 

19 Chelmsford 

25 Wakefield 

25 Wakefield 

25 Wakefield 

26 Wakefield 
26 Wakefield 

June 

2 Wakefield 

2 Wakefield 

2 Wakefield 

2 Wakefield 

2 Wakefield 

3 Melrose 

8 Orleans 

9 Revere 

9 Wakefield 

9 Methuen 

9 Lynnfield 

9 Wakefield 



Michael John Nolan 

Mary Jane Lawson 

Robert Charles Perol 

Kathy Jane Owen 

John William Sofia 

Mary Jane Orme 

Vijay Manohar Thakur 

Gwyn Ann Oesterle 

Daniel E. Lees 

Cynthia Currie 

John J. Lentine 

Nancy Elaine Boyd 

Roger Lewis Renshaw 

Joan Michelle Hughson 

Brian Benjamin Simmons 

Jeanne Marie Murphy 

Kenneth Vincent Trickett 

Patti Kay Livsey 

Michael William Brennan 

Christine Burke 

Clark Stuart Harris 

Lisa Marie Kerr 

Richard Sanford Turner 

Kathleen Terese Orr 

Stephen Michael Dalbec 

Lisa Ann Simeola 

Richard Charles Murray Janko 

Michele Ann Hannoosh 

Robert Brophy 
Laura Haver 
Scott Thomas Donahue 
Judith Ellen Anderson 
Peter Wayne Hodges 
Jacqueline Lee Raymond 
Jeffrey Scott Peterson 
Dawn Elizabeth Flood 
Willard Pearson Warwick 
Roxanne Jennie Coberth 
Mark Joseph Surette 
Linda Marie Courage 
David Wayne Brown 
Donna Marie Wilson 
Murray Charles Airriart, Jr. 
Daryl Ann Angelo 
Robert Dana Cunha, Jr. 
Carol Ann Soat 
Edward Hoegen 
Sherrill Adine Middleton 
Joseph Richard Lachiana 
Pamela Knox Luciano 
Barry David Noyes 
Ann Jeanette Nicholson 



Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Winsted, CT 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Nashua, N.H. 

Wakefield 

Lynnfield 

Wakefield 

Woburn 

Reading 

Lakewood, CA 

Garden Grove, CA 

Beverly, MA 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Reading 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Melrose 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

New York, NY 

New York, NY 

N. Reading 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Sunderland 
Wakefield 
Salem, NH 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Melrose 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Stoneham 
Wakefield 
Methuen 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Stoneham 
Wakefield 



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131 



10 


Maiden 


Larry Edward Cohen 


Chicago, IL 






Nancy Anne Paiva 


Chicago, IL 


10 


Methuen 


Bernard Robert Silva, III 


Wakefield 






Amy Lee Gallagher 


Methuen 


16 


Wakefield 


Joseph Francis Brooks 


Dorchester 






Sandra Lee Mary McCarthy 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Robert Emmett Duffy, Jr. 


Reading 






Maureen McDonald 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Robert Anthony Evangelista, J 


r. Wakefield 






Cheryl Ann White 


Wakefield 


16 


Nahant 


Joseph Christopher Evju 


Wakefield 






Linda Claire Britt 


Wakefield 


16 


Methuen 


Francis Paul Ferdinand 


Melrose 






Patricia Elizabeth Sullivan 


Melrose 


16 


Wakefield 


John Kenneth Sheppard 


Wakefield 






Doreen Marie Fotino 


Wakefield 


16 


Wakefield 


Michael John Whittier 


Wakefield, MA 






Annette Mary Morello 


Wakefield, MA 


17 


Wakefield 


Michael Francis Sarson 


North Andover 






Eileen Marie Flynn 


Melrose 


23 


Wakefield 


Robert Alan Carbone 


Wakefield 






Janice Michele Lacey 


Wakefield 


23 


Wakefield 


Steven Day Collins 


Wakefield 






Elaine Beatrice McNall 


Wakefield 


23 


Wakefield 


Keith Justin Laughlin 


N. Reading 






Cindy Jane Muise 


Wakefield 


23 


Wakefield 


John David Pierandi 


Ridgefield, CT 






Mary Rose Robertson 


Wakefield 


23 


Reading 


Robert Charles Yamartino 


Wakefield 






Kathryn Ann Boisvert 


Reading 


24 


Maiden 


James Bernard Oligschlaeger 


Redondo Beach, CA 






Elayne Joy Lipson 


Wakefield 


29 


Wakefield 


Frederick Joseph Cause 


Wakefield 






Cheryl Lynn Procissi 


Wakefield 


29 


Wakefield 


John Carl Renzullo, Jr. 


Wakefield 






Catherine Mary Reynolds 


Wakefield 


29 


Wakefield 


George Roberto, Jr. 


Woburn 






Eva Marie Boccelli 


Wakefield 


30 


Wakefield 


David Edward Brezina 


Wakefield 






Susan Alyce Carlson 


Saugus 


30 


Wakefield 


Wayne Martin Ford 


Melrose 






Marie J.Jan vrin 


Melrose 


30 


North Attleboro 


William Arthur Long, Jr. 


Mansfield 






Nancy Kastl 


Wakefield 


30 


Maiden 


George Wilfred Patnode, III 


Boston 






Susan Ann Farrell 


Wakefield 


30 


North Andover 


Bernard Leon Schrama 


Alexandria, VA 






Susan Buonopane 


Laurel, MD 


July 

1 Melrose 


Donald Howard Swain 


Saugus 






Marie Bernadette Cresta 


Wakefield 


6 


Med ford 


Thomas Joseph Meehan 

TV^qi-tt Ann Pppk 


Wakefield 
Stoneham 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



7 Wenham 

7 Wakefield 

8 Wakefield 
15 Lynnfield 
15 Wakefield 

20 Melrose 

21 Quincy 
21 Wakefield 
28 Lawrence 

28 Melrose 

29 Wakefield 

August 

4 Lexington 

4 North Reading 

4 Wakefield 

11 Wakefield 

11 Wakefield 

11 Wakefield 

12 Wakefield 
18 Boston 
18 Lynnfield 
18 Wakefield 
18 Wakefield 

18 Wakefield 

19 Wakefield 
25 Winchester 



Lawrence Donald Andrews 
Sharon Pease 
Michael Shayne DelRossi 
Colleen Ann Redmond 
Michael James DiCicco 
Ann Michelle Sullivan 
Joseph Peter Cambria 
Lynda Marie Mattuchio 
Philip Lowry 
Dianne Mary Eagleson 
David Elliott Cioffi, Jr. 
Carolyn Jean Christopher 
Homayoun Eslamy 
Minoo Jodairy Aliashrafi 
Samuel Randall Martori 
Debra Lynn Hart 
Paul Eugene Kenney, Jr. 
Elizabeth Estelle Hutton 
Bruce Cameron Main 
Laura Jean Connors 
William Ash Reynolds, II 
Judith Ann Cataldo 

Robert George DiFranco 
Cynthia Ann Robinson 
Ronald Aurol Goyette 
Shirley Ann Campbell 
Kevin Sean Plunkett 
Kathleen Mary Watson 
Stephen Paul Maskell 
Vicki Anne Bonomo 
Anthony James Russo 
Frances Bowen 
Timothy Stuart Smith 
Laurel Jean Scott 
Thomas Joseph Lucey 
Susan Patricia Mancini 
John D. Giagi 
Karen Dow Deough 
Rande Wayne Buehler 
Stephanie Jane Sheppard 
Ralph Joseph Burke, Jr. 
Karen Lee Dolber 
Stephen Louis Muse 
Claire Anne Konieczny 
John Joseph Paiva 
Marie Beth DeCecca 
Scott David Iosua 
Joyce Anne Arrigo 
David Michael Basile 
Elizabeth Anne O'Brien 



Reading 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Baton Rouge, LA 

Baton Rouge, LA 

Melrose 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

West Roxbury 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Reading 

Alton, N.H. 

Melrose 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wilmington 

Wakefield 

Danvers 

Wakefield 

Rensselaer, N.Y. 

Wakefield 

Winchester 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Dover, N.H. 

Dover, N.H. 

Westboro, MA 

Wakefield 

Atlanta, GA 

Wakefield 

Toledo, OH 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Reading 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Maiden 

Woburn 

Wakefield 



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133 



25 Woburn 

25 Wakefield 

25 Lynnfield 

25 Reading 

26 Reading 
31 Bedford 
31 Wakefield 

September 

1 Wakefield 

2 Wakefield 
8 Wakefield 
8 Wakefield 
8 Wakefield 

8 Wakefield 

9 Newton 

9 Wakefield 

9 Medford 

9 Wakefield 

14 Wakefield 

14 Lynn 

14 Reading 

15 Wakefield 
15 Wakefield 
15 Beverly 
15 Lvnnfield 



Sean Michael Flynn 


Wakefield 


Patrice Ann Crocker 


Wakefield 


Charles William List 


Wakefield 


Deborah Lea Zaya 


Wakefield 


Thomas Pimm 


Spencerport, N.Y. 


Gayle Terese Nutile 


Rochester, N.Y. 


William Lee Steffy 


Vine Grove, KY 


Maureen Elizabeth Colton 


Wakefield 


John Eugene Gerngross, Jr. 


Santa Barbara, CA 


Susan Muriel Coldewey 


Santa Barbara, CA 


Gary Robert Jewell 


Derry, N.H. 


Sheryl Kathleen Bellengi 


Derry, N.H. 


Mark Wayne Pollman 


N. Reading 


Marilyn Ann Wakefield 


N. Reading 


Daniel Timothy Harrington 


Wakefield 


Linda Tarantino 


Hudson Falls, N.Y. 


John Anthony McCauley 


Woburn 


Michelle Blanche Ellis 


Lynn 


John Joseph LaSpina 


Wakefield 


Marie Teresa Ogar 


Wakefield 


Edward Allen Marsden 


Wakefield 


June Elizabeth Fairfield 


Wakefield 


Ronald Mini 


Lynn 


Laura Anne Bowman 


Wakefield 


Thomas Corey Wright 


Woburn 


Joanne Marie Kiley 


Wakefield 


Michael Joseph Bonvie 


Woburn 


Linda Marie Sachetta 


Everett 


Clayton Llewellyn Hillyer 


Lowell 


Diane Carol Brown 


Wakefield 


David Ross Twombly 


Dracut 


Lynda Jean Miller 


Dracut 


John Sumner Whitney 


Wakefield 


Cherylann Tecce 


Wakefield 


Gary Alton Chabot 


Wakefield 


Elinor Louise Coggin 


Wakefield 


James Vincent Reynolds 


Wakefield 


Roseanne Marie Magnuson 


Lynn 


David Zarba 


Wakefield 


Lynn Ann Raymond 


Wakefield 


Craig Edward Breden 


Maiden 


Linda May Hendry 


Wakefield 


Alan Frank Doherty 


Wakefield 


Anne Marie Hall 


Wakefield 


Philip Vincent Manzi 


Wakefield 


Cynthia Claire Sackett 


Melrose 


Adolph Joseph Pugliese 


Vernon, CT 


Dorothy Ellen Ciano 


Wakefield 



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TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



15 Wakefield 

16 S. Dartmouth 
16 Revere 

16 Wakefield 

22 Wakefield 

22 Wakefield 

22 Wakefield 

23 Wakefield 
23 Woburn 
23 Medford 

28 Melrose 

29 Wakefield 
29 Wakefield 
29 Wakefield 
29 Wakefield 
29 Danvers 
29 Wakefield 

October 

5 Wakefield 

6 Wakefield 
6 Stoneham 
6 Wakefield 

6 N. Andover 

6 Reading 

6 Boston 

6 Maiden 



Robert Chester Spang, Jr. 
Linda Jean Rowe 
Daniel Joseph Barry 
Faith Esther Sweetser 
Alan Marshall May 
Patricia Ann Luongo 
Richard Savoy 
Celeste Christine Landers 
Peter Ernest Barrucci 
Mary Ann Palladino 
Michael Alan Heeney 
Laurie Ann Haggerty 
David Leo Walsh 
Joan Beverly Williams 
Richard Wilfred Ellis 
Deborah A. Caiani 
Ronald Elliot Gold 
Laurie Jeanne MacGregor 
Michael Wayne Martello 
Margaret Lucille DiBenedetto 
David Peter Bowditch 
Judith Anne Kelly 
Anthony James Sicari 
Deborah Jean Piercey 
Arthur Leonard Carlson, Jr. 
Margaret Mary Maguire 
Gregory Wilson Harbage 
Karen Yvonne Walter 
John Edward Jensen 
Susan Jean Moran 
Thomas Oliver LeCompte 
Car la Moore Zell 
Frederick Stanley Neth 
Patricia Angelina O'Connor 



Richard Brian Gowdy 
Joanne Marie Morelli 
Edwin Francis Cooper 
Christina Barbara Quigley 
Stephen Joseph Costa 
Judith Marie Bloomquist 
Ronald Paul Keplinger 
Deborah A. Sheppard 
Daniel Robert Kinsley 
Marcia Jane Beardsley 
Kenneth S. Makarewicz 
Linda Jean Hunt 
Paul Ernest Pegnato 
Mary Jane Gledhill 
Philip Arthur Sbraccia 
Mary Angela Doane 



Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Revere 

Wakefield 

Melrose 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Derry, N.H. 

Wakefield 

Andover 

Andover 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Melrose 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Somerville 

Waltham 

Waltham 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Evanston, IL 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Milford, N.H. 

Milford, N.H. 

N. Reading 

Wakefield 



Stoneham 

Maiden 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Windham, N.H. 

Windham, N.H. 

Fort Devens, MA 

Wakefield 

Fort Myers, FL 

Andover 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Derwood, MD 

Derwood, MD 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 



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135 



6 Wakefield 

6 Wakefield 

6 Lynnfield 

7 Wakefield 
13 Bedford 
13 Sudbury 
13 Hamilton 
13 Danvers 
13 Wakefield 
13 Wakefield 

13 Wakefield 

14 Marblehead 
18 Wakefield 
20 Wakefield 
20 Charlestown 

20 Reading 

21 Cambridge 
21 Brockton 

26 Everett 

27 Maiden 
27 Wakefield 
27 Wakefield 
27 Wakefield 
27 Wakefield 

27 Wakefield 

28 Wakefield 



Donald Clyde Smith 
Elizabeth Louise Ducette 
Joseph Edward Surette, III 
Jeanne Bolin Grenier 
Bruce Bernard Willwerth 
Ann Elizabeth Livas 
Hubert George Camire, Jr. 
Kimberly Ann Whitcomb 
James Paul Craig 
Irene Ruth Cioni 
David Stewart Dunning 
Lisa Temple Metzger 
John Steven Gallant 
Theresa Anne Colyer 
Patrick Emile Kien 
Lori Ann Sillars 
Peter Francis Mark 
Arleen Dorothy Rearson 
David Wayne Richard 
Barbara Elaine Truesdale 
Frederick Joseph Sennott, III 
Clare Collins 
Scott Richard Ainsworth 
Diane Carpenter 
John Nicholas Halulakos 
Mary Ann B. Drake 
Ronald David Bruno 
Melody Louise Adam 
Robert Gerard Buckley 
Denise Marie Anthony 
Kevin Lynn Freeman 
Jan Marie Boutilier 
George Bargoot 
Hazel Evelyn Cook 
Walter McNall Benham, Jr. 
Joyce Karen Tapper 
William Stephen Forgione 
Theresa Marie Boisclair 
Roger Joseph Dion, Jr. 
Diane Marie Bowman 
Joseph Michael DiStaula 
Laura Jean Mellen 
Lawrence Matthew Ficarra 
Nancy- Anne Quigley 
Charles Frederic Hartshorne 
Marie Louise Allard 
Timothy James Johnson 
Janet Ann Thistle 
Dale Theodore Raczynski 
Donna Lee Blackstone 
Lawrence Stuart Klein 
Carol Ann Bailey 



Melrose 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Melrose 
Wakefield 
Derry, NH 
Derry, NH 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 

Saugus 
Winooski, VT 

Danvers 

Plymouth 

Wakefield 

Haverhill 

Wakefield 

Arlington 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

El Paso, TX 

Lowell 

Wakefield 

Maiden 

Charlestown 

E. Boston 

Wakefield 

Somerville 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Gloucester 

Gloucester 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Tewksbury 

Blackstone 

Blackstone 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 



136 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



November 

3 Wakefield 

3 Wakefield 

3 Lynnfield 

8 Reading 

10 Wakefield 

10 Wakefield 

10 Wakefield 

10 Lynnfield 

11 Wakefield 
17 Wakefield 
24 Revere 
24 Wakefield 

December 

1 Sudbury 

1 Stoneham 

2 Wakefield 

15 N. Reading 

16 Stoneham 
22 Wakefield 

22 Newburyport 

24 Wakefield 

28 Wakefield 

28 Maiden 

29 Beverly 

29 Wakefield 

30 Wakefield 



Steven James Carr 
Cheryl Marie Smith 
John Anthony Riordan 
Nancyann Souza 
Brandon Evan Ross 
Kathleen Elizabeth Singleton 
Joseph Laurino 
Sandra Lee Croteau 
Donald Valentino DeCesaris 
Christine Marie Danella 
Thomas Parke Gordon 
Judith Jean Murthy 
Kevin Arthur Kelly 
Barbara Ann Mulloy 
Ralph Joseph Panos 
Jean Maria Baglione 
Michael John Tafias 
Sandra Jean Coffin 
Joseph Mark Connolly 
Irene Rapacki 
Anthony Philip Capizzi 
Karen-Noel Chinchillo 
Raymond Racioppi 
Lucinda Jean Williams 

Gilbert Anthony Gallant, Jr. 
Catherine Marian Lorio 
Ralph Stanley Stowers, Jr. 
Phyllis Eloise Reid 
Stephen Alfred Solombrino 
Jacquelyn O 'Sullivan 
Michael D. Fratto 
Manon Ladouceur 
Robert Francis DeAntonio 
Cheryl Ann O'Donnell 
Paul Raymond Colwell, Jr. 
Diane Marie Fornaro 
Mark Thomas Bradbury 
Pamela Claire Bumpus 
Carl Forman Spinney 
Susan Bridget Flynn 
Kenneth Paul Spenser 
Eleanor Rose Sutton N 
Richard Jeffrey Zitoli 
Linda Jean Yasi 
Walter Robert Keating 
Valerie Ann Larson 
John Lawrence Lindahl 
Mary Anne Grazewski 
Richard Archie Shurtlef f 
Mary Ann McCharles 



Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Maiden 
Melrose 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Bedford 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Baltimore, MD 
Wakefield 

Tewksbury 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 
Wakefield 

W. Newton 
Wakefield 
Stoneham 
Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Lynnfield 

Wakefield 

Norwell 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Somerville 

Somerville 

Camarillo, CA 

Wakefield 

Maiden 

Maiden 

Newburyport 

Newburyport 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

N. Reading 

N. Reading 

Wakefield 

Wakefield 

Indianapolis, IN 

Wakefield 

Pleasant Hill, CA 

Pleasant Hill, CA 

E. Longmeadow, MA 

Wakefield 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 137 



31 Wakefield Gary Williams Manchester Wakefield 

Cheryl Ann Cloudman Wakefield 



Record of Deaths 



7 Ethel V. Traunstein 



Age 



Date Name 

1984 

Jan. 

1 Ralph E. Sprague 62 

1 Richard Paolini 31 

2 Mary E. Robinson 85 

7 Jan J. DeMoor 92 

8 Angelo J. Lusignolo 65 

9 Francis Ashton Beaulieu 71 
9 Ruth Geraldine Doucet 71 
9 Hazel Irene O'Brien 65 

10 Blanche Brown 84 

13 Matilda Marie Casavant 90 

14 Jessie Louise Marshall 72 

15 Eben Emerson Alexander 65 

15 Esther Judkins 88 

16 Ruth Berquist 92 
18 Ruth B. Johnston 78 

18 Alan Brailsford Kent 53 

19 Llewellyn James Duke 86 
19 Mary Hazel Fairchild 93 
21 Dorothy Lillian Dominic 67 

23 Margaret DiFuria 63 

24 John E. Fitzgerald 61 

24 Kayoko Orsini 51 

25 Elizabeth McKeon 89 
25 David Michael Walsh 32 
29 Glen Henry Melton 67 
31 Bertha Mildred James 71 

Feb. 

3 Francis Alex D'Entremont ?5 
5 Doris Irene Orkney °° 



80 



10 Concettina Giuliano 93 

1 1 Blanche M. Frautten 

11 Mary Ann LoGrasso 

12 Albert George Anderson °] 
12 Eleanor Loyola Lemmon 

12 Dorothy Minnetta Small 

13 Vincent Guy GuiUano 

14 Walter Frances Sullivan 
17 Mary Ann Carbone 



60 
39 



91 
72 
62 
76 
84 



138 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



20 Roger Franklin Harnden 79 
23 JohnDahlBatchelder 69 

25 Lorenzo Lawrence Belmonte 80 

26 William Whitford 101 

March 

4 John Nelson . 78 

4 Domenic Pica 86 

4 James Herbert Smith 70 

5 Alma J. Donovan 89 

5 Pasquale C. La Frazia 58 

6 Christina N. H. Spencer 100 

7 Bernard Alphonso Marr 64 

8 Ellen L. Pessolano 77 

9 DeWitt Derby 89 
10 Alfred F. Colantuonio 68 
10 Helen E. Maguire 84 
10 Pearl Margaret Shaffer 71 

15 Alice M. Beane 88 

16 Edith Blanche Pinkney (Snell) 104 

17 Dorothy Elizabeth MacE wen 76 

18 John Nelson Heningar 85 

18 Benjamin Malatesta 83 

19 Catherine Agnes Barry 85 

19 Gertrude Johanna Hennesey 78 

21 Helen C. LaBriola 62 

23 Margaret H. Murphy 84 

24 Bernice Sheals 96 

25 Elmer Ellsworth Gould 92 

25 Melissa Ann Johnson 10 mos. 15 days 

26 Ida Goldstein 81 
29 Timothy J. Moynihan 63 
29 Antoinette Puleo 77 
29 Maria A. Russo 88 
31 Joseph A. Ven ditto 20 
April 

1 Chester John Philpott 83 

1 Mary Seager 105 

2 Catherine Veronica Palmer 69 
4 Rosana Clay 87 
6 Mary E.Burke 91 

6 Paul Norman Devine 76 

7 Shon Edward DeSilva 13 
9 Felix Sava N 68 

10 Mildred Louise Kelly 83 

10 Albert L. Nutile 73 

14 Anna Candilieri 61 

15 William Patrick Burke 69 
17 Addie Colpitts 99 

17 Albert Stanley Dodge 49 

18 Stephen L. Thomas 80 

20 Emily Anne Healey 69 



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20 Edward S. Murphy gg 

21 Dorothy May Evans 81 

21 Joseph Nu tile 

22 Ralph S. Gravelese 
24 Alexander Olstinski 



28 Roger M. Bresnahan 

29 Jean Angus Purdon 

30 Charles F. Burke 



89 
65 

90 

26 Margaret Agnes Caroselli 73 

27 Otis Leroy Christie go 

27 Ella Kathleen Flaherty 84 

59 

96 

86 

30 Olive Sears Nelson 79 

May 

1 Louise Margaret Herron 87 

7 Bertha R. Greene 90 

7 Alice Mary Robinson 88 

9 E. Robert Anderson 89 

10 Molly R. Kennedy 82 

11 Mary Evans 103 

1 1 William Thomas Maker 68 

12 MaryM.Egan 70 

12 Hazel Mildred Mabie 87 

13 John Rauseo 69 

14 Flora Elliot Skinner 76 
19 Louise M. McCarthy 71 
19 Virginia McHale 78 
22 Mary M. Greeley 86 

24 Claude Louis Fero 97 

25 James W. Norris 79 

28 Philip Alfred Perkins 77 

30 Jane Helen Lori 76 

31 Frederick Potter Orkney 72 

June 

1 Marjorie Theresa Cotter 78 

3 Lillian M. Hewitt 63 

7 Gertrude M.OKeefe 79 

10 Gordon David Lamont 21 

10 Manuel Mederios 80 

11 James Nelson 81 
13 Walter W. Cook, Sr. 80 
13 Max Y. Ruderman 64 
13 Margaret Ellen Stone 82 
19 Bruno V. D'Attilio 18 
22 Robert William Ciotti 54 

25 Adeline C. DeVito 79 

26 Sara M. Meharg 94 
26 Ralph Richard Tierney 78 

28 ErnaOlga Oswald 78 

29 Gordon Bower Gates 52 

30 Frederick Andrew Norris 4 ' 



30 Ernest Frederick O'Brien 



85 



140 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



July 

3 Samuel DeMarco 82 

7 Fred Norman Coggin 85 

7 Grace Ophilia Murphy 82 

7 Alexander Kennard Rawson 1 

8 Florence Joseph McAuliffe 90 

9 Albert Cacchiotti 53 
9 Yseult Kathleen Loubris 77 

10 Margaret Langone 70 

11 Bessie Bacheller • 73 
11 Herbert Stanley MacLellan 76 
14 William A. Baptista 45 

14 Hilda A. Zarse 86 

15 John Mario Simeola 90 

16 Joseph J. Forbes 84 
16 Alward M. McKinna . 76 
18 John Dean Lewis 80 
22 Mildred Louise Hopkins 82 
25 Isabella A. Murray 84 
25 Madeline E. Pappey 70 
28 Viola Emma Livingstone 91 
30 Harold Francis Shea, Sr. 76 

30 Merritt H. Tenney 55 

31 Christopher Wade Stone 18 

August 

1 Gloria Cruz 78 

2 Joseph D. Connelly 83 
2 Doris Snowdon Horrigan 72 

2 Alice Genevieve Pooler 68 

3 Mary M. McGarr 87 

5 Mary T. Marshall 57 

6 Mark A. Richardson 15 

6 Scott Michael Rosalbo 16 

7 Maurice S. Robinson 79 

8 Ralph Anderson Troupe 68 

9 Alan Warren Goddard 36 
9 Paul Roland Hebert 74 
9 Benjamin Arthur Moody 87 

10 Mary Rose Bartlett 88 

10 Louis Joseph Calvani 43 

10 Raymond L. Dube 69 

14 Joseph Anthony Evangelista 74 

14 Naomi E. MacWilliams n 83 

14 Charles T. Murray 50 

15 Peter Limerick 46 

16 Emily May Bill 93 

16 Lawrence Sasso 62 

17 Roy Edwards 78 

18 Francis James Donaldson 72 
18 Grace R. Stevens 92 

27 Arthur James Beebe 90 

28 John J. Sibelle 64 



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29 Gemma Abbondanzio or 

30 James Leo Judge gg 
30 Albert F. McGrath 79 

September 

6 George W. Scribner 53 

7 Kenneth Thompson Diamond 78 

8 John H. McNally 87 

12 Helen Frances Cody 86 

14 William Laurence Young 82 

15 Elizabeth Ellen Callahan 88 
17 Charles Edwin Buck 59 

19 Baby Boy Salerno 2hrs. 50min. 

20 Victor P. Oliver, Jr. 82 

21 Ethel Mary Kimball 98 

22 Myrtle Agnes Costello 92 

23 Isabella Leslie Cooper 78 
25 Frances P. Gascoigne 74 
27 Angelo A. Albanese 68 

27 Louis V. Farrell 86 

28 Lodia Lenz 85 

29 William Walsh 71 

October 

1 Cornelius J. Lannon 58 

2 Gladys M. Waugh 77 

3 Fiorina C. DiMeco 81 

4 William Nicholas Itzo 85 
4 Eleanor Terry King 80 
4 Winifred Tyler 92 

7 Genevieve J. Stinson 84 

8 Elizabeth A. Maddix 97 

8 Raffaele Nardone 88 

9 Dana V. Bridgham, Jr. 67 
10 Beverly Helen Cooley 59 

13 Sebastiano Cocivera 83 



13 Richard L. Courtenay 



16 John A. Breslin 



83 



13 EvaM.Fahey 85 

14 Eugene Rexford Hussey 85 
14 Henry H. Orcutt 71 



58 



16 Lillian MacDermott 91 

17 Jeanette B. Cleary 73 
17 Maria "AKA" Mary N.Souza 88 
19 Robert B.Foster 87 

21 Mar jorie Delia Kittery 58 

22 Anna V. Fitzpatrick 94 

22 Gertrude M. McKie 79 

23 Thomas N. Bucci °' 

23 Mabel L. Wright 86 

24 Mary Bernice White 62 

25 Alfred Olivieri *|5 

25 Evelyn Leona Tapley °jj 

26 Elizabeth Sarah Morris 



142 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 

27 Florence Augusta Hickey 94 

28 Doris Oliver 82 
31 Francis Patrick Dillon 79 

November 

71 
87 
90 
64 
90 
76 
81 
89 
74 
70 
68 
94 
101 
74 
64 
86 
65 
88 

84 
95 
74 
44 
56 
83 
92 
58 
87 
54 
15 
83 
66 
88 
78 
76 
63 
81 
69 
81 
66 
82 
66 



1 


Eleazer Evely 


3 


Julius Kanchuga 


6 


Hazel Irene Merrill 


8 


John Robert Haven 


8 


Mary C. Materese 


9 


Cecelia K. Bergin 


12 


Annette Dirienzo 


12 


Josephine G. Walsh 


14 


Olivia Sousa Encarnacao 


15 


Ethel T. Nespor 


17 


Dominic Shelzi 


19 


Harold John Edgett 


23 


Marie E. Anderson 


26 


Frank DelVisco 


28 


Brenda H. Cryan 


28 


Mildred Alice Eagleson 


28 


George Jay Gould 


30 

rv 


Peter Romano 


Dec 

2 


:ember 

Bahieh Najim 


5 


Mae Glover Smith 


7 


George Howard Alcorn 


11 


George D. Brown 


11 


Fred J. Shaw 


14 


Sarah White 


16 


John Joseph Boudrow 


16 


Salvatore Ingargiola 


16 


Clarence Batty Stackhouse 


17 


Thelma Ann Keane 


18 


John T. Curran 


20 


Clifford Alton Rafuse 


21 


James Cleary 


22 


Doris A. Greenleaf 


22 


Matilda E. Maloney 


23 


Marjorie Ruth Johnson 


23 


Algernon Norseworthy 


27 


George Richard Slattery 


28 


Fred Lawrence Greene 


28 


Ada Eleanor Pelton 


29 


William Kerr B artels 


29 


George C. Batstone 


29 


June V. Ormsby 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



Report of the Town Treasurer 

To the Citizens of Wakefield: 

I herewith present my report for the year ending December 31, 1984: 



143 



TRUST FUNDS 




The Trust Funds now in the hands of the Treasurer 


are as follows: 




Principal 


Old Cemetery Trust Funds 


$ 6,650.00 


Library Trust Funds 


41,822.74 


Park Trust Funds 


21,472.06 


School Trust Funds 


9,000.00 


Various Trust Funds 


28,030.63 


Perpetual Care Investments 


391,950.00 



During the fiscal year 7-1-85 to 6-30-86 
the following loans will fall due and are 
to be included in tax levy: 

Electric Bonds 

The following amount will be required 
to meet the interest on the following: 

Electric Bonds 

We are pleased to report that interest 
earned is as follows: 



60,000.00 



22,192.50 



Investments 


440,316.36 


Federal Revenue 


55,148.47 


Trust Funds & Perpetual Care 


64,279.54 


Borrowing in Anticipation of Tax Revenue 




$3,000,000.00 3-29-84 - 6-22-84 
$3,000,000.00 6-22-84 - 6-29-84 
$1,000,000.00 6-22-84 - 6-29-84 
$4,000,000.00 6-29-84 - 8-06-84 
$3,500,000.00 7-09-84 -11-16-84 
$3,500,000.00 11-16-84 - 1-11-85 


Renewal 
Renewal 
Renewal 


Respectfully submitted, 

PAUL LAZZARO 


Treasurer 





144 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Report of 
Contributory Retirement Board 

There were two hundred sixty-six retirees or their beneficiaries receiving 
payments from the Contributory Retirement System during the year 1984. 
Thirty-seven retirees receiving disability benefits. Ten beneficiaries received ac- 
cidental death benefits. Thirty-one received survivor benefits, and one hundred 
eighty-eight received superannuation retirement benefits. 

The total payments amounted to $1,525,906.55 of which $1,385,971.36 was 
paid from the Pension Accumulation Fund and $139,935.19 was paid from the 
Annuity Reserve Fund. 

Employees' contributions to the Annuity Savings Fund amounted to 
$485,559.58 during the year 1984. 

WAKEFIELD CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

December 31, 1984 

Investment Schedule 

U.S Government Bonds $3,263,766.24 

Finance Bonds 310,000.00 

Industrial Bonds 176,484.26 

Public Utilities 1,424,268.48 

Transportation Bonds 200,037.33 

Telephone Bonds 1,589,282.89 

$6,963,839.20 

Investment Stocks $ 93,500.00 

Cash-Checking Account 509,252.13 

Savings Account 55,545.98 

Accrued Interest on Bonds 149,377.00 

Mass. Municipal Depository Trust 1,255,000.00 

$2,062,675.11 

$9,026,514.31 







Fin 



ance 



Report of 

TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

Receipts 

Payments 

Excess & Deficiency 

Statement of Appropriations 

Balance Sheet 

Indebtedness Statement 

Analysis of Light Dept. Account 



146 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Seventieth Annual Report 
of the Town Accountant 

FOR THE FISCAL PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30, 1984 



The total cash expenditure processed by the Town Accountant's office 
amounted to $57,682,856.72. 

The total cash receipts amounted to $58,463,131.41 which indicates the 
necessity for serious attention and consideration in this area of the Town's finan- 
cial program. 

The records of the Town Treasurer have been examined and found to be in 
agreement with the accountant's balances. 

The operating cash balance as of June 30, 1984 is as follows: 
Revenue Cash $ 6,298,173.64 

Federal Revenue Sharing Cash 326,590.82 

Employees' Group Health 

Insurance Claims Trust 1,215.25 

HUD Community Development 

Block Grant 11,971.48 

HUD Rehabilitation 
Escrow Account 404,703.43 

Trust Funds have been checked by examination of Securities, Savings Bank 
Accounts and Deposit Books. 

Funds of the Contributory Retirement System have been verified by ex- 
amination of Bank Books, Securities, and Checking Account. 

Balance was in agreement as of December 31, 1983 with the Accountant's 
balance. Funds are invested as follows: 

Mass. Municipal Depository Trust $ 555,000.00 

Savings Banks 98,922.03 

Investment Stocks 303,087.50 

U.S. Government Bonds 2,949,277.45 

Industrial Bonds 193,753.44 

Transportation Bonds 200,074.66 

Telephone Bonds 1,579,631.61 

Public Utility Bonds 1,571,707.03 

Bank Bonds 303,705.37 

$ 7,761,159.09 
All cancelled, permanent, and temporary loans paid during the year by the 
Treasurer have been examined and found to be as reported. 

A general financial audit of the Town of Wakefield, with the exception of the 
Wakefield Municipal Light Department, for the year ending June 30, 1984, was 
performed by Theodore S. Samet & Company, Certified Public Accountants, 
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company, Certified 
Public Accountants, Boston, Massachusetts, performed a financial audit of the 
Wakefield Municipal Light Department for the year ending June 30, 1984. 



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The complete Financial statements for the Town, together with the reports 
of Theodore S. Samet & Company, Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Company, are on 
file in the office of the Board of Selectmen and are available for review upon re- 
quest during normal business hours. 

john j. McCarthy 

Town Accountant 



RECEIPTS 
For the Period 7/1/83-6/30/84 



Taxes — Current Period: 

Real Estate 

Taxes — Prior Years: 

Real Estate 
Personal Property 

Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 

Year 1984 
Year 1983 
Year 1982 
Year 1981 
Year 1980 
Year 1979 
Year 1978 
Year 1977 
Year 1976 
Year 1975 
Year 1972 

Grants from the Federal Government: 

Federal Revenue Sharing Grant 
National Defense Education Act 

P.L. 874 
Federal Aid to Education: 
P.L. 94-142 Title VI Handicapped 

Children — Special Ed. 
P.L. 94-142 Title VI-B Special 

Needs Students 
P.L. 89-313 Title VI D.A.I.S.I.E. 
P.L. 91-230 Teach Pen Sp Needs 
P.L. 94-482 Skills Training Center 
P.L. 94-482 Distributive 

ED Assistance 
P.L. 94-482 Vocational Resource 

Center II 
P.L. 94-492 You Your Family 

Your Health 



$ 7,462,733.09 



$ 2,835,487.57 
8,202,29 



523,853.07 

286,621.48 

13,535.62 

2,103.67 

5,458.51 

1,591.38 

2,448.15 

827.49 

260.70 

71.50 

23.10 



$ 495,358.00 
12,571.72 

125,238.00 

1,420.00 

3,750.00 

1,590.00 

19,900.00 

7,363.00 

3,544.00 

3,858.00 



$ 7,462,733.09 



$ 2,843,689.86 



$ 836,794.67 



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P.L. 94-492 Develop Word 

Process Skills 
Introduction LOGO-APPLE Comp 
Chapter I E.C.I.A. (Former 89-10) 
E.C.I.A. Block Grant Chapter II 
Total Grants from the Federal Government: 



23,822.00 

1,660.00 

104,520.00 

18,262.00 



$ 822,856.72 



Grants from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: 



Loss of Taxes 


$ 202,790.27 




Lottery — Local Aid 


1,979,112.00 






$ 


2,181,902.27 


Veterans' Services — Recipients 




18,918.02 


School Department: 






METCO 


$ 21,658.00 




School Lunch Program 


34,440.49 




School Construction— Boiler Reimb. 


3,000.00 




Tuition/Transportation State Wards 


37,378.00 




School Transportation 


105,456.00 




Microcomp Workshop 


140.00 




Project SAVE 


13,812.00 




Chapter 70 School Aid 


1,893,082.00 


♦ 


Residential School Costs CSI-14 


30,825.00 






$ 


2,139,791.49 


Council on Aging Grant 


$ 


25,902.95 


Department of Public Works: 






Chapter 90 ■ 


218,898.14 




Highway Fund 


95,139.00 


314,037.14 


Community Development Harvard 






Mills Project 




75,500.00 


Library Department: 






Aid to Free Public Libraries 




19,664.50 


Arts Lottery Distribution 




7,556.00 


Total Grants from the Commonwealth 






of Massachusetts 


$ 


4,783,272.37 


Grants from Middlesex County: 






Dog Tax County 


$ 1,446.08 




Maintenance & Care of Dogs 


1,420.00 






$ 


2,866.08 


Licenses and Permits: 






Liquor Package Goods Stores 


$ 7,500.00 




Club Liquor Licenses 


1,250.00 




Restaurant Liquor Licenses 


18,000.00 




Selectmen's Department 


7,476.14 




Marriage Licenses 


2,240.00 




Building Inspector 


23,546.00 





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Wire Inspector 


4,371.25 




Plumbing Inspector 


2,620.00 




Gas Inspector 


966.00 




Sealer of Weights & Measures 


2,413.50 




Board of Health 


3,677.00 






$ 


74,059.89 


Fines & Fees: 






Court Fines J$ 


43,946.92 




Library Fines 


12,424.98 




Parking Fines 


29,846.00 






$ 


86,217.90 


General Revenue: 






Tax Title Redemption $ 


14,113.50 




Interest & Costs on Tax Title 


3,472.84 




Tax Possession 


1,953.07 




Proforma Taxes 


368.31 




Sale of Town Owned Land 


42,750.00 




Premiums on Notes & Bonds 


612.00 




Guarantee Deposits Successful Bidders: 






Public Works 


500.00 




Selectmen 


400.00 






$ 


64,169.72 


Assessments: 






Sidewalks & Streets — Apportioned $ 


24,698.62 




Sidewalks & Streets — Paid in Advance 


4,522.05 




Sewers — Apportioned 


18,179.37 




Sewers — Unapportioned 


1,878.00 




Sewers — Paid in Advance 


850.37 




Water — Apportioned 


279.66 






$ 


50,408.07 


Gifts: 






Warner Cable: 






Warner Cable - Gift $ 


30,000.00 




Franchise Fee — Warner Cable 


2,496.50 






$ 


32,496.50 


Council on Aging Van $ 


4,209.50 






$ 


4,209.50 


Total Gifts 


$ 


36,706.00 


General Goverment: 






Income on Savings Accounts $ 


267.95 




Income on Loans 


2,068.00 




Income on Cert of Dep-Fed Revenue 


34,764.91 




Income on Repurchase Agreement — 






Fed Rev. 


7,769.04 




Income on Capital Account — 






Fed Rev. 


3,805.50 




Income on Municipal Liquid 






Investments— Revenue 


216,944.05 




Treasurer — Various Receipts 


3,666.67 





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Tax Collectors Department 


22,949.71 






Town Clerk — Various Fees 


15,157.80 






Town Clerk — Sale of Street Lists 


1,267.00 






Emergency Ambulance Service 


625.00 






Board of Appeals 


4,325.00 






Planning Board 


1,375.00 






Conservation Commission 


75.00 










$ 


315,060.63 


Protection of Persons & Property: 








Police Department — Various Receipts 


$ 5,800.30 






Fire Department — Various Receipts 


3,588.50 






Dog Officer — Sale of Dogs 


6.00 






Dog Officer — Admin Fees & Care 


504.00 










$ 


9,898.80 


Recoveries: 








School — Lost & Damaged Books 


$ 693.15 






School Department — Woodworking 


443.12 






School Department — Insurance Losses 


429.88 






Police Department — Insurance Losses 


141.80 






Public Works — Insurance Losses 


1,500.00 






Public Works — Insurance Losses — 








Water Dept. 


3,527.33 






Veterans' Benefits 


6,724.70 






1981 Small Cities Program 


2,866.67 










$ 


16,326.65 


Department of Public Works: 








Various Public Works Receipts 


$ 10,939.33 






Uniform Payments 


325.00 






Gift — Flags in Downtown Area 


1,138.50 










$ 


12,402.83 


Forest & Park Division: 








Boat Ramp Permits 


$ 3,839.00 






Various Receipts 


500.00 






Gift - Shade Trees 


1,125.00 










$ 


5,464.00 


Sewer Division: 








Sewer Connections 


$ 3,229.56 






Sewer Maintenance 


8,238.51 










$ 


11,468.07 


Water Division: 








Water Rates 


$ 1,157,848.37 






Water Services 


7,504.98 






Water Turn-ons 


105.00 






Water Liens 


51,670.47 






Water Connections 


3,040.00 






Rental of Water Department Property 


1,950.00 






Various Water Receipts 


253.80 










$ 


1,222,372.62 



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Highway Division: 






Various Highway Receipts 


$ 209.22 




Gift — Wayland Road Residents 


15,927.31 






$ 


16,136.53 


Cemetery Division: 






Sale of Lots 


$ 20,395.00 




Perpetual Care 


32,175.00 




Various Receipts 


19,719.00 






$ 


72,289.00 


Light Department: 






Sale of Electricity 


$ 10,589,523.26 




Sale of Gas 


2,529,053.97 




Various Light Department Receipts 


1,154,515.13 




Light Liens 


20,795.03 






$ 


14,293,887.39 


School Department: 






School Lunch — Town Receipts 


$ 362,624.24 




School Athletics 


36,620.34 




Summer School 


25,049.00 




Summer Music Program 


792.25 




Adult Education 


19,014.26 




Rental of School Property 


28,806.86 




Various School Receipts 


151.25 




Gifts - 






Culinary Arts 


7,507.58 




Summer SPED Program 


1,288.33 




School W.T.A. 


675.00 




Above Average Students 


25.00 






$ 


482,554.11 


Various Library Receipts 


$ 


1,130.32 


Various Recreation Receipts 


$ 


3,103.50 


Interest: 






Interest on Taxes 


$ 59,059.81 




Interest on Deferred Assessments 


16,352.90 





75,412.71 



Trust Funds: 

Forest Glade Cemetery Perpetual 



Care Fund 


$ 46,261.15 


Park Trust Funds 


2,598.08 


Library Trust Funds 


20,737.25 


Sweetser Lecture Trust Fund 


614.53 


School Trust Funds 


2,983.85 


Old Cemetery Trust Funds 


70.00 


Various Trust Funds 


115.01 


Temporary Loans: 




Anticipation of Reimbursement — 




Tax Levy 


$ 17,000,000.00 



73,379.87 



$ 17,000,000.00 



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Agency: 




Federal Tax Deductions 


$ 2,472,532.45 


State Tax Deductions 


760,627.39 


Teachers Retirement 


389,881.39 


Teachers Annuities 


326,567.62 


Union Dues — 




School Lunch Workers 


2,682.55 


Supervisors Light Dept. 


998.00 


Supervisory/Administration 


1,986.00 


Fire Department 


5,880.00 


Police Department 


7,449.00 


School Custodians 


4,959.20 


School Clerical Union 


2,508.05 


Teachers 


53,829.25 


Public Works 


7,548.55 


Town Clerical Union 


4,144.50 


Library 


1,974.00 


Light Department 


4,780.00 


Police Crossing Guards 


882.00 


Wakefield Town Employees Federal 




Credit Union 


1,069,647.20 


Mass. Teachers Association Credit 




Union 


74,687.30 


Group Insurance Deductions — 




Blue Cross Payroll 


150,852.63 


Blue Cross — Pensioners 


75,614.98 


O.M.E. Deductions 


17,856.67 


Harvard Community Health Plan 


1,055.80 


Life Insurance Payroll 


3,801.85 


Life Insurance — Pensioners 


794.97 


Optional Life Insurance Payroll 


20,833.87 


Optional Life Insurance — Pensioners 


1,566.80 


Special Details — 




Police 


81,118.60 


Police Non-Employees of Town 


2,547.58 


Fire Department 


637.50 


Custodians — Library 


120.00 


Custodians — School 


14,991.90 


Sporting Licenses Collected for the 




State 


8,556.50 


Dog Licenses Collected for the County 


2,522.75 


Escrow Account 


11,694.00 


Wage Assignment — Dept. of Public 




Welfare 


2,600.00 


R Pninnc 


$ 5,590,730.85 


ivci uiiua, 

General Government 


4,138.33 


Real Estate Tax Refunds 


1,075.98 


Police Department 


911.25 


Fire Department 


730.30 


Veterans Department 


2,519.26 


School Department 


8,246.10 



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Library 
Public Works 
Perpetual Care 




1,984.35 

2,179.67 

65.00 






Group Insurance 
Retirement 
Gas and Electric 
Unclassified 
Petty Cash 




30,145.47 

2,074.42 

277,189.72 

54,629.92 

1,925.00 






Group Health 






$ 


387,814.77 


Town Appropriation 


$ 


1,083,231.00 






Payroll/Pension Deductions 




219,432.05 






Income on Investments 




215.25 






Community Development Block Grant: 






$ 


1,302,878.30 


Administration Grant 


$ 


507,046.09 


$ 


507,046.09 


Total Receipts for the period 7/1/83 to 6/30/84 




$ 


58,463,131.41 


Cash on Hand: July 1, 1983 










Revenue Cash 


$ 


2,855,120.51 






Federal Revenue Sharing Cash 




24,684.12 






Non-Revenue 




260.00 


$ 


2,880,064.63 


Investments: 










Revenue Cash Invested in: 










Municipal Liquid Account 


$ 


23,729,264.99 






Massachusetts Municipal Depository 










Trust 




365,000.00 


$ 


24,094,264.99 


Federal Revenue Sharing Funds Invested in 








Certificates of Deposit 


$ 


4,308,929.96 






Repurchase Agreements 




2,373,591.07 


8 


6,682,521.03 


State Grant Funds Invested in: 










Massachusetts Municipal Depository 










Trust 






$ 


458,708.96 



Group Health Claims Trust Fund Invested in: 
Massachusetts Municipal Depository 
Trust 

Total Receipts, General Cash and Investments 



$ 926,929.14 
$ 32,162,424.12 
$ 93,505,620.16 



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PAYMENTS 
Expenditures for July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 







Salaries 










& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 










Selectmen's Department 










Personal Services 










Elected Officials 


$ 


3,000.00 






Permanent 




57,332.30 


$ 


60,332.30 


Materials & Supplies 










Office Supplies 




$ 


173.48 




Books, Periodicals & Sub 


scriptions 


45.61 




Automotive Supplies 






304.48 




Gas, Oil & Lubricants 






196.43 


720.00 


Contractual Services 










Printing & Stationery 




$ 


703.04 




Town Reports 






5,838.00 




Postage 






637.82 




Telephone 






3,969.57 




Advertising 






4,798.70 




Travel inside Commonwealth 




79.40 





Repair & Maintenance 

Office Equipment 
Unclassified 

Special Articles 

1983 Americal Civic Center 

Selectmen's Department — Total Expenditures 



45.00 
58.00 



2,550.00 



Accounting Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent '- 



$ 140,732.87 



Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 

Printing & Reproducing Supplies 
Books, Periodicals, & Subscriptions 
Gas, Oil & Lubricants 

Contractual Services 
Printing & Stationery 
Postage 
Advertising 

Binding & Book Repairs 
Travel inside Commonwealth 
Hired Equipment 
Repair & Maintenance Auto 



900.00 

1,067.43 

41.75 

456.12 



184.29 

2,195.51 

87.04 

235.13 

714.55 

2,059.77 

71.52 



16,129.53 



2,550.00 



79,731.83 



$ 140,732.87 



2,465.30 



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Salaries 
& Wages 
Repair & Maintanence 

Office Furniture 
Not Classified 


Expenses 

435.00 
223.32 


Total 


Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships $ 


$ 
30.00 


6,206.13 




$ 


30.00 


Accounting Department — Total Expenditures 


$ 


149,434.30 



Data Processing 

Personal Services 

Permanent $ 53,963.66 

Materials & Supplies 

Office Supplies $ 225.81 

Printing & Reproducing Supplies 47.72 

Computer Tapes 319.80 

Computer Supplies 606.67 



Contractual Services 




Printing & Stationery 


$ 7,429.75 


Telephone 


716.48 


Automobile Expense 


48.00 


Professional Services 


23,443.00 


Hired Equipment 


76.97 


Repairs and Maintenace 




— Equipment 


12,636.15 


Repair and Maintenance — 




Office Equipment 


70.00 


Courier Service 


494.10 



Materials & Supplies 

Office Supplies $ 489 - 75 

Contractual Services 

Printing & Stationery $ 18 - 50 

Postage 154 - 22 

Telephone 1,170.07 

Advertising 68,52 

Auto Allowance 600.00 

Professional Services 3,475.00 

Travel inside Commonwealth 424.61 



53,963.66 



1,200.00 



44,914.45 



Data Processing Department — Total Expenditures $ 100,078.11 

Treasurer's Department 

Personal Services 
Elected Official $ 13,474.00 

Permanent 35,872.08 



$ 49,346.08 



489.75 



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Salaries 








& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Cleaning & Sanitary Service 




100.00 




Repair & Maintenance 








Office Furniture 




339.08 








$ 


6,350.00 


Sundry Charges 








Dues & Memberships 


$ 


100.00 




Rental & Storage 




28.00 




• 




$ 


128.00 


Tax Titles 


$ 


3,518.15 








$ 


3,518.15 


Treasurer's Department — Total Expenditures 


$ 


59,831.98 


Collector's Department 








Personal Services 








Permanent $ 


52,792.80 






Elected Official 


18,550.00 










$ 


71,342.80 


Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 


$ 


536.05 




Printing & Reproducing 




47.12 








$ 


583.17 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


602.00 




Postage 




7,364.63 




Telephone 




778.08 




Advertising 




210.00 




Professional Services 




138.00 




Travel inside Commonwealth 




600.00 




Repair & Maintenance — 








Office Furniture 




248.95 








$ 


9,941.66 


Sundry Charges 








Dues & Memberships 


$ 


82.50 








$ 


82.50 


Collector's Department — Total Expenditures 


$ 


81,950.13 


Assessor's Department 








Personal Services 








Elected Official $ 


3,931.41 






Permanent 


72,058.00 








N 


$ 


75,989.41 


Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 


$ 


182.14 




Printing & Reproducing 




314.86 




Books & Periodicals 




452.05 








$ 


949.05 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


135.28 




Postage 




408.50 





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Salaries 
& Wages 



Telephone 
Auto Allowance 
Professional Services 
Travel inside Commonwealth 
Repair & Maintenance — 
Office Furniture 

Sundry Charges 

Dues & Memberships 



Expenses 

2,399.72 

1,822.29 

25,098.07 

2,457.16 

182.85 



Special Article #22 12/6/82 
1/1/83 Revaluation 
Contract $ 4,215.54$ 

Assessor's Department — Total Expenditures 



Sundry Charges 

Dues & Memberships 

Legal Damages 
Legal Department — Total Expenditures 



Town Clerk's Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent 
Elected Official 



20,837.89 
20,140.00 



Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 
Printing & Reproducing Supplies 



698.00 



8,828.40 $ 



Legal Department 








Personal Services 








Permanent 


$ 


49,878.58 




Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 




$ 


200.30 


Books, Periodicals & Subscript: 


ions 


984.40 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 




$ 


410.00 


Postage 






177.00 


Telephone 






549.74 


Professional Services 






22,234.06 


Hired Equipment 






1,219.79 


Repair & Maintenance — 








Office Furniture 






865.00 


Courier Service 






408.00 



60.00 



7,212.29 



125.18 
64.70 



Total 



32,503.87 



698.00 



13,043.94 



$ 123,184.27 



$ 49,878.58 



1,184.70 



25,863.59 

60.00 

$ 7,212.29 

$ 84,199.16 



$ 40,977.89 



189.88 



158 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


2,754.25 




Microfilming 




336.01 




Postage 




.66.65 




Telephone 




647.15 ■ 




Hired Equipment 




1,137.24 




Travel inside Commonwealth 




446.16 




Repair & Maintenance — 








Tools & Equipment 




501.35 




Binding & Book Repair 




276.00 





Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships $ 110.00 



Planning Board 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 


6,753.54 




Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies 


$ 


26.60 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Stationery 


$ 


157.05 


Postage 




51.24 


Advertising 




318.75 


Travel inside Commonwealth 




75.00 


Not Classified 




11.80 



6,164.81 



110.00 



Town Clerk's Department — Total Expenditures $ 47,442.58 



Election & Registration 








Personal Services 








Temporary 


$ 10,233.54 










$ 


10,233.54 


Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 


$ 


124.37 








$ 


124.37 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


3,145.06 




Department Reports 




1,425.00 




Postage 




2,145.07 




Telephone 




408.04 




Professional Services 




4,275.00 




Travel inside Commonwealth 


6.00 




Unclassified 




484.73 





$ 11,888.90 
Election & Registration — Total Expenditures $ 22,246.81 



6,753.54 



26.60 



613.84 



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Salaries 






& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Sundry Charges 






Dues & Memberships $ 


60.00 






$ 


60.00 


Planning Board — Total Expenditures 


$ 


7,453.98 


Finance Committee 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 13,548.00 








$ 


13,548.00 


Materials & Supplies 






Contractual Services & 






Sundry Charges $ 


4,580.19 









$ 


4,580.19 


Finance Committee — Total Expenditures 


$ 


18,128.19 


Board of Appeals 








Unclassified 


$ 


5,008.12 








$ 


5,008.12 


Personnel Advisory Committee 








Personal Services 








Temporary $ 


325.00 










$ 


325.00 


Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 


$ 


11.70 








$ 


11.70 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 


$ 


26.25 




Postage 




30.00 








$ 


56.25 


Personnel Advisory Committee — 


Total Expenditures 


$ 


392.95 



Personnel Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent 



$ 58,397.41 



Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 
Printing & Reproducing Supplies 

Contractual Services 
Printing & Stationery 
Postage 
Telephone 

Repair & Maintenance — 
Office Furniture 

Personnel Department - Total Expenditures 







$ 


58,397.41 


applies 


$ 


103.24 

148.12 








$ 


251.36 




$ 


75.00 
150.00 
602.49 








115.95 

$ 


943.44 


Expenditures 




$ 


59,592.21 



160 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Election Selectmen 

Personal Services 
Temporary 

Contractual Services 
Unclassified 



Election Selectmen — Total Expenditures 
Conservation Commission 



Salaries 
& Wages Expenses 

$ 4,550.34 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT - Total Expenditures 



Total 



$ 4,550.34 



$ 2,863.88 



$ 2,863.88 

$ 7,414.22 



422.99 



$ 422.99 

$ 846,511.83 



PROTECTION OF PERSONS & PROPERTY 



Police Department 








Personal Services 








Permanent 


$ 


891,125.23 




Mechanic 




14,959.13 




Overtime 




56,645.29 




Other Leaves 




106,101.33 




Educational Incentive 




19,056.36 




Firearm Qualification 




4,254.90 




Temporary 




98,155.21 


$ 1,190,297.45 


Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 




$ 


1,511.17 


Printing & Reproducing 


Suppl 


ies 


2,433.67 


Books, Periodicals & Subscript 


:ions 


587.63 


Automotive Supplies 






7,518.76 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 






18,051.41 


Tires, Tubes & Chains 






1,934.74 


Educational Supplies 






273.70 


Medical Supplies 






68.60 


Public Safety Supplies 






7,044.90 


Uniforms 






18,109.80 


Not Classified 






556.13 

$ 58,090.51 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 




$ 


959.00 


Postage 




N 


500.00 


Telephone & Other Communication 


8,794.59 


Professional Services 






17,276.00 


Travel inside Commonwealth 




195.88 


Training schools 






300.00 


Hired Equipment 






1,954.88 


Repair & Maintenance - 


- Radio 


8,405.50 


Repair & Maintenance - 


- Automotive 


2,991.33 


Repair & Maintenance - 








Tools & Equipment 






310.60 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



161 



Salaries 
& Wages 






Repair & Maintenance 

Office Equipment 
Tuition 
Not Classified 

Sundry Charges 
Surgical & Dental Services 
Hospital 

Capital Outlay 
Equipment 
Automotive 
Public Safety 

Special Articles 

Indemnify Police Officers 1983 
Indemnify Police Officers 1984 

Police Department — Total Expenditures 



Expenses 

1,601.00 
545.00 
224.00 



Total 



$ 


44,057.78 


$ 23.25 




599.56 




$ 


622.81 


$ 6,000.00 




9,780.00 




1,338.00 




$ 


17,118.00 


$ 4,258.20 




1,001.75 





5,259.95 



$ 1,315,446.50 



Fire Department 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 


945,172.15 




Special Courses 


390.00 




Longevity 


13,950.00 




Mechanic 


10,347.00 




Clerical 


13,173.28 




Holiday 


27,836.61 




Overtime 


88,111.98 




Other Leaves 


29,601.67 




Educational Incentive 


5,376.27 




Materials & Supplies 




$ 1,133,958.96 


Office Supplies 


$ 


549.67 


Printing & Reproducing Suppl 


ies 


316.79 


Books, Periodicals & Subscript 


ions 


263.37 


Electrical Supplies 




229.00 


Hardware — Buildings 




91.35 


Painting Supplies 




94.65 


Lumber & Wood Products 




74.91 


Equipment Supplies 




1,895.45 


Automotive Supplies 




3,499.22 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 




6,237.77 


Tires, Tubes & Chains 




1,535.85 


Small Tools & Equipment 




281.51 


Educational Supplies 




492.25 


Medical & Dental Supplies 




6.12 


Fire Prevention 




4,267.90 


Uniforms 




16,745.09 


Not Classified 




1,135.84 



37,716.74 



162 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 






& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Stationery $ 


471.55 




Postage 


60.00 




Telephone 


4,026.08 




Auto Allowance — Mechanic 


1,200.00 




Travel inside Commonwealth 


475.00 




Cleaning & Sanitary Services 


90.00 




Hydrant Rentals 


3,245.00 




Repair & Maintenance — Radio 


806.00 




Repair & Maintenance — Automotive 


2,826.99 




Repair & Maintenance — 






Tools & Equipment 


3,206.54 




Repair & Maintenance — 






Office Equipment 


38.00 




Tuition 


894.00 




Not Classified 


869.94 






$ 


18,209.10 


Sundry Charges 






Dues & Memberships $ 


299.00 






$ 


299.00 


Capital Outlay 






Equipment $ 


5,879.75 






$ 


5,879.75 


Special Articles 






Indemnify Firefighters 1983 $ 


1,754.61 




Indemnify Firefighters 1984 


69.33 






$ 


1,823.94 


Fire Department — Total Expenditures 


$ 


1,197,887.49 


Civil Defense 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 2,620.80 






.. 


$ 


2,620.80 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies $ 


42.34 




Printing & Reproducing Supplies 


21.28 




Automotive Supplies 


427.82 




Gas, Oil & Lubricants 


491.37 




Public Safety Supplies — Police 


585.00 




Public Safety Supplies — Fire 


126.76 




Uniforms — Police 


734.25 




Uniforms — Fire 


146.00 






$ 


2,574.82 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Stationery $ 


75.32 




Postage 


35.00 




Telephone 


379.11 




Travel inside Commonwealth 


50.00 




Repair & Maintenance — Automotive 


63.67 





173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



163 





Salaries 










& Wages 




Expenses 


Total 


Repair & Maintenance — 










Office Furniture 






45.00 

$ 


648.10 


Sundry Charges 










Dues & Memberships 




$ 


25.00 


25.00 


Civil Defense — Total Expenditures 






$ 


5,868.72 


Building Department 










Personal Services 










Permanent $ 


71,195.94 




$ 


71,195.94 


Materials & Supplies 










Office Supplies 




$ 


188.62 




Printing & Reproducing Supp] 


lies 




34.28 




Gas, Oil & Lubricants 






726.02 

$ 


948.92 


Contractual Services 










Printing & Stationery 




$ 


296.51 




Postage 






152.15 




Telephone 






531.75 




Auto Allowance 






1,320.00 




Travel inside Commonwealth 






46.00 




Repair & Maintenance — 










Office Furniture 






90.95 

$ 


2,437.36 


Sundry Charges 










Dues & Memberships 


iditures 


$ 


40.00 

$ 


40.00 


Building Department — Total Expei 


$ 


74,622.22 


Animal Inspector 










Personal Services $ 


22,829.48 


i 


$ 


22,829.49 


Materials & Supplies 










Office Supplies 




$ 


32.22 




Automotive Supplies 






725.60 




Gas, Oil & Lubricants 






848.09 




Small Tools & Implements 






245.56 




Medical Supplies 






110.00 




Food & Groceries 






198.62 




Uniforms 






372.80 




Tires, Tubes & Chains 






89.00 








$ 


2,621.89 


Contractual Services 










Printing & Stationery 




$ 


95.80 




Telephone 






561.64 




Not Classified 






117.40 





774.84 



164 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 






Sundry Charges 
Rental — Dog Pound 


& Wages 

$ 


Expenses 

2,205.00 


Total 






$ 


2,205.00 


Animal Inspector — Total Expenditures 


$ 


28,431.22 


Traffic Supervisors 

Personal Services 








Permanent 


$ 46,115.12 






Temporary Help 
Other Leaves 


3,447.97 
3,414.27 










$ 


52,977.36 


Materials & Supplies 
Uniform Allowance 


$ 


1,803.30 








$ 


1,803.30 


Traffic Supervisors — Total 


Expenditures 


$ 


54,780.66 



Parking Clerk 








Personal Services 








Permanent $ 


5,200.00 






Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 




$ 


60.00 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Stationery 




$ 


875.00 


Postage 






417.67 


Telephone 






130.12 



Parking Clerk — Total Expenditures 

Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Personal Services 

Permanent $ 



7,403.00 



Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 

Contractual Services 
Auto Allowance 

Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 



147.58 



800.00 



10.00 



Sealer of Weights & Measures — Total Expenditures 

PROTECTION OF PERSONS & PROPERTY - 
Total Expenditures 



5,200.00 



60.00 



1,422.79 



6,682.79 



7,403.00 



147.58 



800.00 



10.00 



8,360.58 



$ 2,692,080.18 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



165 



Salaries 






& Wages 
HEALTH & SANITATION 


Expenses 


Total 


Health Department 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 43,745.75 






Elected Officials 650.00 








$ 


44,395.75 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies $ 


331.36 




Printing & Reproducing Supplies 


403.01 




Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 


128.88 




Chemicals 


18.29 




Medical Supplies 


279.19 






$ 


1,160.73 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Stationery $ 


204.00 




Postage 


450.00 




Telephone 


756.74 




Advertising 


282.00 




Auto Allowance 


1,300.00 




Professional Services 


3,096.39 




Travel inside Commonwealth 


267.79 




Repair & Maintenance — 






Office Furniture 


62.13 




Water Testing 


1,012.50 






$ 


7,431.55 


Sundry Charges 






Dues & Memberships $ 


64.00 






$ 


64.00 


Special Article 






1983 Mental Out-patient Clinic $ 


5,182.00 




1983 735 Drug Prevention Program 


1,500.00 




1983 Retarded Citizens Program 


9,099.96 




1980 Mosquito Control 


4,579.07 






$ 


20,361.03 


Board of Health — Total Expeditures 


$ 


73,413.06 



VETERANS' BENEFITS DEPARTMENT 
Veterans' Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 26,397.62 

Materials & Supplies 
Office Supplies 

Printing & Reproducing Supplies 
Books. Periodicals & Subscriptions 



$ 26,397.62 



149.96 

89.64 

5.55 



245.15 



166 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








Contractual Services 


& Wages 




Expenses 


Total 


Printing & Stationery 
Postage 
Telephone 
Auto Allowance 




$ 


117.50 
240.00 
460.10 
400.00 




Travel inside Commonwealth 






300.00 




Repair & Maintenance — 










Office Furniture 






54.00 

$ 


1,571.60 


Sundry Charges 
Dues & Memberships 




$ 


35.00 

$ 


35.00 


Recipients 

Care of Veterans' Graves 




$ 
$ 


36,665.85 
179.00 

$ 


36,844.85 


Special Articles 

1983 Observance of Veterans 


'Day 


$ 


84.65 




1983 Observance of Memorial Day 
1982 Observance of Memorial Day 
1982 Observance of Veterans' Day 




834.24 
115.40 
100.00 










$ 


1,134.29 


Veterans' Benefits Department — Total Expenditures $ 


66,228.51 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 

Personal Services 
Administration 

Permanent $ 

Temporary 

Other Leaves 



102,064.29 
1,389.64 

17,818.87 



Engineering 




Permanent 


$ 71,718.29 


Temporary 


14,212.56 


Overtime 


167.86 


Other Leaves 


30,479.89 


Garage 




Permanent 


$ 78,554.25 


Overtime 


1,371.34 


Other Leaves 


16,007.94 


Building 




Permanent 


$ 79,513.36 


Temporary 


6,541.08 


Overtime 


706.92 


Other Leaves 


13,254.72 



$ 121,272.80 



$ 116,578.60 



95,933.53 



$ 100,016.08 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



167 







Salaries 












& Wages 


Expenses 




Total 


Forestry & Parks 












Permanent 


$ 


150,088.73 








Snow & Ice 




3,691.03 








Temporary 




13,928.19 








Overtime 




2,120.83 








Other Leaves 




27,374.15 




$ 


197,202.93 


Cemetery 












Permanent 


$ 


72,448.79 








Snow & Ice 




24.39 








Temporary 




6,264.81 








Overtime 




9,177.64 








Other Leaves 




12,660.04 




$ 


100,575.67 


Highway 












Permanent 


$ 


342,621.72 








Snow & Ice 




17,965.29 








Temporary 




15,169.70 








Overtime 




18,359.54 








Other Leaves 




61,630.82 




$ 


455,747.07 


Public Works— Personal Services- 


-Total Expenditures 






(Exclusive of Water and Sewer Divisions) 




$ 


1,187,326.68 



Public Works 

Materials & Supplies 
Administration 

Office Supplies 

Printing & Reproducing Supplies 

1983 Balance Forward to 

Fiscal Year 1984 
Not Classified 



916.98 
723.27 

18,023.91 
173.61 



Engineering 
Paper Stock 
Field Stock 


$ 596.21 
128.54 


Not Classified 


156.66 


Garage 

Equipment Supplies 
Automotive Supplies 
Gas, Oil & Lubricants 


$ 18,187.80 
12,619.61 
35,508.49 


Tires, Tubes & Chains 


9,507.31 


Small Tools & Implements 
Not Classified 


2,993.42 
1,511.56 



$ 19,837.77 



881.41 



$ 80,328.19 



Buildings Division 

Custodial Supplies 



3,190.68 



168 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Electrical Supplies 




1,610.09 




Fuel 




32,960.40 




Hardware 




285.55 




Paint Supplies 




11.99 




Plumbing, Heating, & Ventilation 


568.04 




Lumber & Wood Products 




15.86 




Not Classified 




190.58 




• 




$ 


38,833.19 


Forestry & Parks 








Painting Supplies 




$ 43.07 




Sand, Gravel, Loam 




1,450.46 




Agriculture & Horticulture Supplies 


328.75 




Small Tools & Implements 




781.04 




Clothing 




440.74 




Not Classified 




718.01 








$ 


3,762.07 


Cemetery 








Concrete Foundations 




$ 618.43 




Agriculture & Horticulture Supplies 


1,079.17 




Small Tools & Equipment 




406.14 




Sectional Vaults 




6,240.00 




Not Classified 




1,876.85 








$ 


10,220.59 


Highway 








Street Signs 




$ 3,827.81 




Drainage 




549.83 




Patching 




30,970.34 




Small Tools and Equipment 




2,334.55 




Clothing 




879.99 




Repair Sidewalks 




2,972.63 




Not Classified 




2,178.63 








$ 


43,713.78 


Public Works— Materials & Supplies— Total Expenditures 




(Exclusive of Water and Sewer Divisions) 


$ - 


197,577.00 



Public Works 




Contractual Services 




Administration 




Printing & Stationery 


$ 465.85 


Postage 


9.30 


Travel inside Commonwealth 


181.67 


Repair & Maintenance — 




Office Equipment 


161.72 


1983 Balance Forward to 




Fiscal Year 1984 


2,730.00 


Not Classified 


411.36 


Engineering 




Recording Fees 


$ 100.00 



3,959.90 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



169 



Salaries 






& 


Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Professional Services 




3,550.05 




Not Classified 




694.56 








$ 


4,344.61 


Garage 








Repair & Maintenance — Automotive 


$ 1,975.27 




Repair Tools & Equipment 




9,214.97 




Not Classified 




335.30 








$ 


11,525.54 


Buildings 








Telephone 




$ 4,400.00 




Light, Heat & Power 




37,030.17 




Boiler Maintenance 




2,522.84 




Air Conditioning Service 




2,796.00 




Repair & Maintenance — 








Buildings & Structures 




2,790.71 




Not Classified 




543.80 








$ 


50,083.52 


Forestry & Parks 








Advertising 




$ 120.00 




Professional Services 




2,580.00 




Travel inside Commonwealth 




60.00 




Hired Equipment 




240.00 




Repair Tools & Equipment 




9.45 




Not Classified 




485.00 








$ 


3,494.45 


Cemetery 








Recording Fees 




$ 425.00 




Hired Equipment 




1,910.00 




Not Classified 




4,005.57 








$ 


6,340.57 


Highway 








Advertising 




$ 862.25 




Weather Service 




995.00 




Disposal Rubbish & Refuse 




133,100.00 




Travel inside Commonwealth 




77.00 




Uniforms 




837.50 




Drainage 




16,668.00 




Rentals — Sweeping 




45,260.85 




Rental — Catch Basin Cleaning 




10,481.92 




Repair Two-Way Radio 




3,917.74 




Equipment Repairs 




6,133.10 




Traffic Lines 




6,428.92 




Bituminous Concrete in Place 




35,509.48 




Surface Treatment 




47,247.67 




Not Classified 




407.79 








$ 


307,927.22 


Public Works— Contractual Services- 


-Total Expenditures 




exclusive of Water and Sewer Divisions) 


$ 


387,675.81 



170 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Salaries 
& Wages 



Expenses 



Total 



Public Works 

Sundry Charges 
Administration 

Not Classified 

Engineering 

Not Classified 

Buildings 

Not Classified 

Forestry & Parks 

Not Classified 

Highway 

Not Classified 



Public Works— Sundry Charges— Total Expenditures 
(Exclusive of Water and Sewer Divisions) 

Public Works 

Capital Outlay 

Fiscal Year 1983 Balance Forward 
to 1984 $ 



$ 


528.76 


$ 


25.00 


$ 


60.00 


$ 


50.00 


$ 


65.86 



7,629.80 



Public Works— Capital Outlay— Total Expenditures 
(Exclusive of Water and Sewer Divisions) 

Out of State Travel $ 



840.00 



Public Works 

Special Articles 
Building 

1976 Heat Detector — 
Hartshorne House 

Cemetery 

1982 Repurchase Burial Lots 

Highway 

1983 Repairs Private Way - 
Wayland Road 

1983 Collection— Disposal— Refuse 
1982 Collection— Disposal— Refuse 
Chapter 90 Contract 31194 
Chapter 90 Contract 31651 



1,930.01 



65.00 



$ 90.00 

171,640.93 

14,015.59 

794.26 

3,071.58 



528.76 



25.00 



60.00 



50.00 



65.86 



729.62 



7,629.80 



7,629.80 



840.00 



1,930.01 



65.00 



Public Works— Special Articles— Total Expenditures 



$ 189,612.36 
$ 191,607.37 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



171 



Salaries 
& Wages 
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 

Water Division 

Personal Services 

Permanent $ 157,965.46 

Snow Removal 847.68 

Temporary 6,957.36 

Overtime 20,995.64 

Other Leaves 10,011.18 



Expenses 



Total 





$ 196,777.32 


Materials & Supplies 




Office Supplies 


$ 258.99 


Custodial Supplies 


614.83 


Fuel 


3,368.84 


Painting Supplies 


19.27 


Patching 


3,878.50 


Sand, Gravel & Loam 


929.50 


Equipment Supplies 


3,773.42 


Automotive Supplies 


423.56 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 


10,000.00 


Tires, Tubes & Chains 


15.00 


Small Tools and Implements 


455.80 


Water Pipes & Fittings 


14,844.37 


Chemicals 


5,507.45 


Meter & Meter Parts 


1,546.93 


Clothing 


391.51 


Fiscal Year 1983 Balance 




Forward to 1984 


13,193.68 


Not Classified 


255.58 




$ 59,477.23 


Contractual Services 




Office Supplies 


$ 349.08 


Postage 


5,835.63 


Telephone 


10,589.24 


Light, Heat & Power 


47,248.33 


Purchased Water 


5,026.84 


Water Distribution Center 


8,320.00 


Advertising 


369.60 


Leak Survey 


5,250.00 


Professional Services 


1,926.00 


Hired Equipment 


5,920.00 


Repair Two-Way Radio 


1,159.50 


Repair & Maintenance — 




Tools & Equipment 


3,404.38 


Repair & Maintenance — 




Buildings & Structures 


105.00 


Fiscal Year 1983 Balance 




Forward to 1984 


8,286.96 


Not Classified 


3,130.02 




$ 106,920.58 



172 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Sundry Charges 
Not Classified 


Salaries 
& Wages 


Expenses 

$ 196.00 


Total 



Water Division — Total Expenditures 



196.00 



$ 363,371.13 



lblic Works 
Snow & Ice 
Personal Services 
Overtime 


$ 36,599.43 








Materials & Supplies 
Salt 
Sand 
Blades & Chains 




$ 


$ 

27,837.94 

4,010.99 

14,836.50 


36,599.43 


Contractual Services 
Equipment Rentals 
Meals, Etc. 




$ 


$ 

101,111.00 
604.14 


46,685.43 



Snow & Ice — Total Expenditures 



$ 101,715.14 
$ 185,000.00 



Public Works 






Sewer 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 


85,397.57 




Temporary 


59.28 




Overtime 


17,521.66 




Other Leaves 


3,807.58 


$ 106,786.09 


Materials & Supplies 






Gravel & Loam 


$ 


200.00 


Iron Castings 




44.00 


Equipment Supplies 




4,598.63 


Automotive Supplies 




838.91 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 




2,900.00 


Small Tools & Equipment 




382.06 


Chemicals 




3,315.80 


Sewer Pipe & Fittings 




1,652.79 


Not Classified 




16.11 



Contractual Services 
Light, Heat & Power 
Repair & Maintenance — 

Tools & Equipment 
Not Classified 

Special Articles 

1983 Sewer Construction 
Water Street 



$ 13,948.30 



$ 39,467.77 

2,301.58 
41.53 



$ 41,810.88 



9,602.58 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



173 





Salaries 






1982 Sewer Construction — 


& Wages Expenses 


Total 


Atwood Avenue 
1982 Sewer Construction — 




40,099.02 




Maple Avenue 
1979 Construct/Reconstruct 




1,079.02 




Sanitary Sewer 




3,314.15 








$ 


54,094.77 


Public Works— Sewer Division— Total Expenditures 


$ 


216,640.04 


Public Works Department — Total 


Expenditures 


$ 


2,738,397.45 



School Department 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ 


8,414,291.71 




Temporary 


141,194.25 




Athletic Officials 


5,635.18 




Overtime 


86,415.31 


$ 8,647,536.45 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies 


$ 


9,761.00 


Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 


75,279.07 


Custodial Supplies 




19,135.41 


Electrical Supplies 




5,175.74 


Fuel 




161,041.55 


Hardware Supplies 




1,013.54 


Painting Supplies 




2,024.25 


Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation 


11,529.48 


Masonry Supplies 




56.57 


Sand, Gravel & Loam 




489.93 


Stone 




133.00 


Lumber & Wood Products 




1,366.61 


Agriculture & Horticulture 


Supplies 


4,101.48 


Equipment Supplies 




35.91 


Automotive Supplies 




474.76 


Gas, Oil & Lubricants 




8,923.33 


Tires, Tubes & Chains 




214.58 


Small Tools & Implements 




215.28 


Educational Supplies 




91,298.17 


Recreational Supplies 




25,045.95 


Medical & Dental Supplies 




3,204.06 


Fiscal Year 1983 Balance 






Carried Forward to 1984 




394,860.81 


Not Classified 




7,196.74 

$ 822,577.22 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Stationery 


$ 


8,246.16 


Postage 




8,050.34 



174 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 








& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Telephone 




32,782.30 




Light, Heat & Power 




152,363.27 




Water 




7,856.28 




Binding & Book Repairs 




406.42 




Auto Allowance 




12,661.26 




Professional Services 




27,004.08 




Travel inside Commonwealth 




6,371.32 




Cleaning & Sanitary Services 




10,009.62 




Hired Equipment 




21,679.36 




Repairs & Maintenance — Automotive 


8,495.17 




Repairs & Maintenance — 








Tools & Equipment 




43,313.95 




Repairs & Maintenance — 








Buildings & Structures 




70,595.68 




Repairs & Maintenance — 








Office Equipment 




22,870.74 




Transportation 




236,266.88 




Tuition 




307,388.13 




Not Classified 




45,999.10 








$ 


1,022,360.06 


Sundry Charges 








Dues & Memberships 


$ 


6,163.55 




Rentals & Storage 




1,200.00 




Insurance & Surety 








Bond Premiums 




2,410.00 




Medical 




46,251.28 








$ 


56,024.83 


Trade School 


$ 


22,000.00 








$ 


22,000.00 


Travel Outside Commonwealth 


$ 


4,783.81 








$ 


4,783.81 


School Department — Total Expenditures 


$ 10,575,282.37 


Northeast Metropolitan Regional 








Vocational School District 


$ 


222,000.00 








$ 


222,000.00 


Library Department 








Personal Services 








Permanent $ 


295,842.74 










$ 


295,842.74 


Materials & Supplies 








Office Supplies 


$ 


4,361.29 




Books, Periodicals & Subscriptions 


69,758.02 




Records & Films 




4,025.45 




Custodial Supplies 




1,604.56 




Electrical Supplies 




717.48 




Plumbing, Heating & Ventilation 


2,095.12 








$ 


82,561.92 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 175 





Salaries 








& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Contractual Services 








Printing & Microfilm 




$ 566.01 




Postage 




3,026.80 




Telephone 




3,654.94 




Light, Heat & Power 




29,110.76 




Water Services 




599.C4 




Advertising 




319.40 




Auto Allowance 




255.51 




Professional Services 




3,662.33 




Building Maintenance 




11,845.53 




Repairs & Maintenance — 








Office Equipment 




5,085.06 




Tuition 




188.03 








$ 


58,313.41 


Capital Outlay 








Building Repairs 




9,966.61 








$ 


9,966.61 


Library — Total Expenditures 




$ 


446,684.68 


EDUCATION, SCHOOL & LIBRARY DEPARTMENTS - 




Total Expenditures 




$ 11,243,967.05 



Recreation Department 

Personal Services 

Permanent $ 27,323.08 

Materials & Supplies 

Office Supplies $ 23.14 

Printing & Reproducing Supplies 41.20 

Hardware 348.76 

Sand, Gravel & Loam 123.07 

Water Pipe & Fittings 58.18 

Chemicals 120.00 

Ball Field Maintenance 697.54 

Recreational Supplies 1,371.42 

Medical & Dental Supplies 47.60 

Diving Equipment 212.20 

Not Classified 50 - 00 



$ 27,323.08 



3,093.11 



180.00 



Contractual Services 

Postage $ 

Telephone 391 - 54 

Heat, Light & Power 195.00 

Advertising 332.50 

Auto Allowance 450.00 

Not Classified 981 - 00 



2,530.04 



176 



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Salaries 






& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Capital Outlay 






Recreation Equipment $ 


9,492.50 






$ 


9,492.50 


Recreation Department — Total Expenditures 


$ 


42,438.73 


Council on Aging 






Personal Services 






Permanent $ • 40,548.30 








$ 


40,548.30 


Materials & Supplies 






Office Supplies $ 


260.57 




Automotive Supplies 


80.90 




Gas, Oil & Lubricants 


1,380.95 




Tires, Tubes & Chains 


99.00 




Food & Groceries 


550.73 






$ 


2,372.15 


Contractual Services 






Printing & Stationery $ 


200.54 




Postage 


137.83 




Telephone 


1,088.95 




Heat, Light & Power 


485.00 




Professional Services 


239.00 




Travel inside Commonwealth 


213.00 




Cleaning & Sanitary Services 


42.80 




Repair & Maintenance — Automotive 


51.50 




Repair & Maintenance — 






Office Equipment 


275.00 






$ 


2,733.62 


Special Articles 






1983 Older American Act $ 


4,316.15 




1983 Mystic Elder Home Care 


3,533.45 






$ 


7,849.60 


Council on Aging — Total Expenditures 


$ 


53,503.67 


Light Department 






Fire, Police & Traffic Lights $ 


14,042.88 






$ 


14,042.88 


Special Articles 






1980 Traffic Lights/ 






Broadway/Doyle $ 


240.00 




1978 Traffic Lights/Main/Oak 


* 1,620.00 






$ 


1,860.00 


Light Department — Total Expenditures 


$ 


15,902.88 


Contributory Retirement System 






Pension Accumulation Fund $ 


1,249,333.58 




Expense Fund 


39,267.00 




Workers' Compensation Credit 


3,557.00 




Non-Contributory Pension Account 


259,096.65 





173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



177 



Salaries 

& Wages Expenses Total 

Assessments Veterans' Pension 591.51 

$ 1,551,845.74 
Contributory Retirement and Non-Contributory 

Pension Account — Total Expenditure $ 1,551,845.74 



Group Insurance 
Personal Services 
Permanent 



$ 23,694.12 



Town Appropriation 
Group Insurance — Total Expenditures 



$ 23,694.12 



$ 1,330,135.03 



$ 1,330,135.03 
$ 1,353,829.15 



Unclassified 

Unemployment Compensation Insurance $ 

Insurance Coverage 

Workers' Compensation 

Street Lights 

Professional Medical 

Miscellaneous Selectmen 

Unclassified — Total Expenditures 

RECREATION, COUNCIL ON AGING, UNCLASSIFIED, 
CONTRIBUTORY RETIREMENT SYSTEM, 
GROUP INSURANCE - Total Expenditures 



22,968.00 

115,429.69 

170,199.81 

120,000.00 

3,743.10 

4,612.25 



$ 436,952.85 
$ 436,952.85 



$ 3,454,473.02 



GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTS 
State & County Assessments 



Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority 


$ 


482,128.00 


Smoke Inspection 




4,376.00 


State Examination of 






Retirement System 




847.00 


Motor Vehicle Excise Tax 




3,200.00 


Metropolitan Parks & Reservations 




311,904.00 


Metropolitan Sewerage Loan — 






North Division 




297,351.00 


M.D.C. Water Assessments 




148,449.00 


Middlesex County Tax 




319,212.95 


Metropolitan Area Planning Council 




4,207.00 


STATE & COUNTY ASSESSMENTS - Total Expenditures $ 1,571,674.95 


Agency 






Dog Licenses 


$ 


3,119.50 


Sporting Licenses Paid to State 




8,556.50 


Sale of Dogs 




27.00 

$ 11,703.00 


Federal Tax Deductions 


$ 


2,429,289.99 



178 



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Salaries 






& Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


State Tax Deductions 


748,440.62 




Teachers' Retirement 


290,771.98 






$ 


3,468,502.59 


Blue Cross Deductions I 


$ 150,313.20 




Blue Cross Deductions-Pensions 


69,977.38 






$ 


220,290.58 


Optional Medicare Extension i 


$ 16,631.43 




Life Insurance Deductions 


3,801.94 




Life Insurance Deductions-Pension 


736.55 






$ 


21,169.92 


Harvard Community Health Plan $ 1,055.80 




Optional Life Insurance 


20,741.07 




Optional Life Insurance-Pension 


1,384.80 






$ 


23,181.67 


Tax Sheltered Annuities for Public 






School Employees $ 311,839.88 




Wakefield Town Employees' Credit Union 


1,048,734.16 




Mass. Teachers' Association Credit Union 


74,612.30 




Teachers' Pension Reserve Fund 


19.00 






$ 


1,435,205.34 


Salaries Special Detail — Off Duty 






Police Officers $ 76,438.87 




Police — Non-Employees Detail 


2,438.94 




Firefighters 


637.50 




Library Custodians 


120.00 




School Custodians 


14,108.32 






$ 


93,743.63 


Union Dues 






Public Works $ 


I 6,881.65 




Teachers' Association 


64,445.85 




Fire Department 


5,880.00 




Clerical Town 


3,533.40 




Clerical School 


2,882.35 




Police Department 


6,849.00 




Library Department 


1,820.00 




Light Department 


4,320.00 




Light Department — Supervisory 


860.00 




Administrative & Professional 






Employees' Association 


1,820.00 




School Lunch 


2,423.20 




Traffic Supervisors 


800.00 




School Custodians 


5,209.25 





AGENCY - Total Expenditures 

Refunds 

Real Estate Tax 1983-1984 
Real Estate Tax 1982-1983 
Real Estate Tax 1981-1982 



$ 107,724.70 
$ 5,381,521.43 



3,647.08 

112,222.50 

8,230.49 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



179 



Salaries 






& 


Wages 


Expenses 


Total 


Real Estate Tax 1980-1981 




3,496.00 








$ 


127,596.07 


Personal Property 


$ 


319.66 








$ 


319.66 


Excise Tax 1984 


$ 


1,278.18 




Excise Tax 1983 




12,020.71 




Excise Tax 1982 




371.75 




Excise Tax 1981 




176.67 




Excise Tax 1980 




1,008.42 








$ 


14,855.73 


Light/Gas Liens Added to Taxes 


$ 


20,053.83 








$ 


20,053.83 


Successful Bidder— Selectmen 


$ 


400.00 




Successful Bidder-DPW 




500.00 








$ 


900.00 


Water Rates 


$ 


660.86 








$ 


660.86 


REFUNDS - Total Expenditures 




$ 


164,386.15 


Trust Funds 








Willard Donnell Fund 


$ 


115.01 




Annie I. Cox Fund 




625.00 




Reverend Emerson School Fund 




400.00 




Elizabeth Ingram Fund 




600.00 




Grace C. Mansfield Fund 




1,197.10 




George A. Cowdry Fund 




2,417.26 




Edwin McDuffee Fund 




45.60 




Scholar - Athletic Trust Fund 




118.70 




Cowdrey Fund Plantings 




152.00 




Flint Old Burial Grounds 




35.00 




Elizabeth Stout Fund 




35.00 




Ezra Eaton Fund 




35.00 




Cornelius Sweetser Fund (Public Works) 


35.00 




Cornelius Sweetser Lecture Fund 




614.53 




TRUST FUNDS - Total Expenditures 


$ 


6,425.20 


SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 








Federal Aid to Education 








P.L. 874 National Defense Education $ 


22,914.80 




Fiscal 1983 Block Grant 




2,172.47 




P.L. 94-142 Improving 








Direct Services $ 


74,018.56 


33,903.91 




Project Save 


7,146.16 


4,874.54 




Project Save 




1,764.27 




P.L. 94-482 Develop Word 








Processing Skills 


2,700.00 


18,583.01 




P.L. 89-313 Project Daisie 




1,818.45 




Chapter I 


62,276.26 


28,655.25 




P.L. 89-10 Title I 




18,984.73 





180 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 





Salaries 






& Wages 


Expenses Total 


P.L. 89-313 Daisie 




287.16 


P.L. 94-482 Skills 






Training Center 


1,830.24 


15,604.61 


P.L. 94-482 Distributive 






Education Assist. 


3,719.52 


1,298.88 


P.L. 94-482 Vocational 






Resource Center II 




2,803.74 


P.L. 94-482 You, Your Family 






& Health 




3,381.37 


Fiscal 1984 Block Grant 




16,149.27 


P.L. 094-142 VI B 


4,393.27 


2,914.58 


$ 


156,084.01 $ 


176,111.04 


FEDERAL AID — Total Expenditures 


$ 332,195.05 


State Aid to Education 






1984 Metco Program $ 


8,987.27 $ 


9,956.47 


1984 Metco Program 




2,516.64 


Literary Workshop 




280.00 


Introduction to Apple Computer 


1,660.00 


Computer, Special Needs Students 


1,211.95 


Penmanship— Special Needs Students 


1,481.85 


Impact of Divorce on Children 




350.14 


Single Parenting 




931.05 


$ 


8,987.27 $ 


18,388.10 


STATE AID - Total Expenditures 


$ 27,375.37 


Revolving Accounts 






School Lunch $ 


179,757.60 $ 


209,302.06 


School Building Properties 




23,285.05 


Summer School Program 


22,206.00 


60.24 


Adult Education Program 


15,605.72 


4,653.21 


School Athletic Funds 


5,200.00 


49,308.97 


Culinary Arts Program 




6,694.21 


Replace Supplies Ch. 88-72 




3,134.76 


$ 


222,769.32 $ 


296,438.50 

$ 519,207.82 



Gifts 

Summer Music Program $ 792.25 

Science Dept., Secondary 

Schools 161.10 363.90 

Salary Business 

Education Teacher 2,000.00 

Supplies — Above Average Program 172.35 

1983 Summer School 

SPED Program 1,138.00 59.64 

$ 4,091.35 $ 595.80 

Total Gifts $ 4,687.24 

Perpetual Care Deposit 

Perpetual Care Deposit $ 34,175.00 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 



181 



Salaries 




& Wages 


Expenses Total 


Perpetual Care Deposit Refund 


65.00 


PERPETUAL CARE - Total Expenditures 


$ 34,240.00 


Miscellaneous 




Petty Cash 


$ 625.00 


Promote & Develop Programming 


653.25 


Distribution Arts Lottery 


3,860.C0 


Damage to Hartshorne House 


790.00 


Estimated Receipts 


171.09 


Excess & Deficiency 


2.00 


Chief Probation Officer 


12,362.00 


Child Support Unit 


2,600.00 


Municipal Light Tax Title 


3,884.21 


Community Development — 




Harvard Mill Project 


35,839.27 


Legal Damages — Court Judgment 


187,500.00 


Police — Stolen or Damaged Property 


141.80 



MISCELLANEOUS - Total Expenditures 



$ 248,428.62 



Public Works 

Repair Road Surfaces — Pot Holes 

Repair Curbs 

Reconstruct Audubon & Teal Roads 

Flag Donations — Downtown Area 

Public Shade Trees 

Repair Private Road — Wayland Road 

Snow & Ice Overdraft 

PUBLIC WORKS - Total Expenditures 



Council on Aging 

Senior Outreach Worker 
Senior Center Renovation 
Refurbish Mealsite 



1,436.50 $ 



COUNCIL ON AGING 

Light Department 

Personal Services 

Vouchers 



$ 1,436.50 $ 

Total Expenditures 



$ 1,467,185.04 



3,858.32 

450.00 

135,733.61 

1,138.50 

1,170.00 

14,378.94 

10,423.67 



$ 167,153.04 



55.25 

21,167.95 

4,735.00 



25,958.20 



$ 11,585,595.29 



27,394.70 



$ 1,467,185.04 



$ 11,585,595.29 
$ 13,052,780.33 



Debt Service 








Interest: 








Anticipation of Tax Revenue 


$ 


89,936.68 




Anticipation of Chapter 90 




1,903.87 




Abatements 




3,049.80 




Light 




26,501.25 

$ 


121,391.60 



182 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Maturing Debt: 
Light 

Temporary Loans: 

In Anticipation of Tax Levy 
In Anticipation of Chapter 90 

DEBT SERVICE - Total Expenditures 



Salaries 




& Wages 


Expenses Total 




$ 60,000.00 




$ 60,000.00 




$ 13,000,000.00 


) 


96,935.00 




$ 13,096,935.00 


tures 


$ 13,278,326.60 



FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING 
Police Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent $ 

Overtime 
Other Leaves 



165,417.61 
41,052.49 
43,529.90 



Fire Department 

Personal Services 
Permanent 
Overtime 
Other Leaves 



197,400.09 

9,687.16 

42,912.75 



$ 250,000.00 



ANNUAL AUDIT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS 
Advertising 

FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING - Total Expenditures 
GROUP HEALTH TRUST FUND PAYMENTS 



$ 250,000.00 

15,000.00 

256.75 

$ 515,256.75 
$ 1,146,361.19 



HUD REHABILITATION ACCOUNT 

Personal Services $ 30,992.39 

Accounts Payable 

Total Expenditures for the Period of 
July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 

Cash on Hand: 

Revenue 

Federal Revenue Sharing 
Group Health Trust Fund 
Community Development 
Rehabilitation Fund 

Investments 

General Cash Invested in: 

Repurchase Agreements 

Municipal Liquid Investment 
Federal Revenue Sharing Invested in: 

Certificate of Deposit 

Repurchase Agreement 



$ 59,378.79 



90,371.18 



$ 57,682,856.72 



6,298,173.64 

326,590.82 

1,215.25 

11,971.48 

404,703.43 



$ 7,042,654.62 



250,000.00 
26,026,622.75 

4,308,929.96 
2,373,591.07 



173rd ANNUAL REPORT 183 

Salaries 

& Wages Expenses Total 

Group Insurance Funds Invested in: 

Mass. Municipal Depository 1,082,231.00 

State Grant Funds Invested In: 
Municipal Liquid 316,315.06 

Money Market 73,618.00 

Total Investments $ 34,431,307.84 

Warrants Payable 

Warrants Payable Fiscal Year 1983 $ + 2,493,271.55 

Warrants Payable Fiscal Year 1984 -8,144,470.57 

$-5,651,199.02 

Total Expenditures & General Cash Investments 

Less Accounts Payable Adjustment $93,505,620.16 



184 



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EXCESS AND DEFICIENCY ACCOUNT 

July, 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 

Balance July 1, 1983 $ 980,999.11 

Tax Title Redemption 17,583.34 

Refunds Prior Periods 1,193.84 

Transfer from Revenue 687,527.24 

Sale of Tax Possessions 1,953.07 

Transfer from Light Operation 30,417.00 

Added Real Estate Commitment 1983 1,789.12 

Audit Adjustments 7,213.83 

Accrued Interest Income 11,774.84 
Tax Title Takings $ 6,433.45 
Added to Tax Takings 31,518.58 

Balance June 30, 1984 1,702,499.36 

$ 1,740,451.39 $ 1,740,451.39 



RESERVE FUND 

July, 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 

Appropriation from Tax Levy $ 111,049.00 

Transfer from Overlay Surplus 48,951.00 

Transfer voted to the various departments 

by the Finance Committee during 

the Fiscal Year 1984 $ 57,823.86 

Transfer to Overlay Surplus 102,176.14 

$ 160,000.00 $ 160,000.00 



DEBT RECAPITALIZATION 

July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 

Bonds Outstanding 

July 1, 1983 $ 585,000.00 

Bond Payments $ 60,000.00 

Bonds Outstanding 

June 30, 1984 $ 525,000.00 

$ 585,000.00 $ 585,000.00 



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ANALYSIS OF LIGHT DEPARTMENT ACCOUNT 

July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 



Light Operation Account: 

Balance, July 1, 1983 

Receipts 

Transfers 

Refunds 

Audit Adjustment 

Payments 

Departmental Service Transfers 

Audit Adjustment 
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July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984: 

Depreciation Account 

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Unemployment Compensation Fund 

Contributory Retirement Pension 
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Out of State Travel 

Workers Compensation Account 

Employees Group Insurance Account 

Non-Contributory Veterans 
Pension Account 

Transfer to Revenue 1984 

Balance to Fiscal 1985 



250,025.39 

14,272,643.55 

503,719.87 

277,189.72 

58,597.87 



$ 13,105,126.65 

29,975.02 

313,791.83 



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41,386.10 

7,000.00 

164,953.58 

5,000.00 

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135,809.39 

87,699.20 
330,417.00 

651,906.11 

$ 15,362,176.40 $ 15,362,176.40 



Transfers Voted at the 1984 Annual Town Meeting for the Fiscal Period of 
July 1, 1984 to June 30, 1985: 
Non-Contributory Veterans' 

Pension Account H 

Contributory Retirement Pension 

Accumulation Fund Account 
Employees Group Insurance Account 
Travel Outside the Commonwealth 
Workers Compensation Insurance 

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Unemployment Compensation Account 



$ 89,491.84 

166,730.14 

157,628.00 

5,000.00 

38,615.00 
7,000.00 
$ 464,464.98 



Light Depreciation Account: 

Balance, July 1, 1983 
Transfer from Operation 
Transfer to Operation 
Balance to Fiscal 1985 



$ 23,133.69 
453,591.52 
$ 476,725.21 

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$ 476,725.21 $ 476,725.21 



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Investment: 

Light Department Sinking Fund — 
Self Insurance Invested in 
Massachusetts Municipal 
Depository Funds 

Light Department Depreciation 
Funds Invested in Massachusetts 
Municipal Depository Funds 

Light Department Pension Funds 
Invested in Massachusetts 
Municipal Depository Funds 



Fire Alarm, Police Signals, Traffic Lights: 

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Transfer to Revenue Fiscal 1984 



Travel Outside the Commonwealth: 

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Transfer to Operation 



Guarantee Deposits: 

Balance, July 1, 1983 
Receipts for the Fiscal Period, 

July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 
Payments for the Fiscal Period, 

July 1, 1983 to June 30, 1984 
Balance, June 30, 1984 



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$ 46,207.34 

166,352.95 

$ 212,560.29 $ 212,560.29 



I have examined the above accounts and the balance is invested as follows: 

Massachusetts Municipal Depository Fund $ 157,286.53 

Wakefield Savings Bank — Savings Account 8,500.00 

Shawmut County Bank — Checking Account 566.42 

$ 166,352.95 

john j. McCarthy 

Town Accountant 



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222 TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 



Index to Town Officers' Reports 



General Government: 

Assessor's Board 19 

Personnel Advisory 17 

Planning Board 18 

Selectmen's Report 12 

Town Officers 2 

Wakefield CATV 16 

Appeals Board 16 

Protection of Persons and Property: 

Building Inspector 28 

Civil Defense Director 27 

Dog Officer 30 

Fire Department 24 

Forest Warden 27 

Gas Inspector 28 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 30 

Plumbing Inspector 29 

Police Department 21 

Wire Inspector 29 

Parking Clerk 24 

Health and Welfare: 

Council on Aging 34 

Health Department 32 

Housing Authority 36 

Veterans' Services and Benefits 33 

Maintenance: 

Director of Public Works 39 

Buildings Division 43 

Director's Report 39 

Cemetery Division 45 

Engineering Division 41 

Highway Division 45 

Park and Forest Division 44 

Sewer Division 48 

Water Division N 48 

Education: 

Library Trustees 66 

School Committee 51 

Superintendent of Schools 53 

Public Service: 

Municipal Light Department 69 



TOWN OF WAKEFIELD 2 23 



Vital Statistics: 

Births 121 

Contributory Retirement Board 144 

Deaths 137 

Election Results 113 

Marriages 127 

Town Clerk's Report 74 

Town Meetings, Annual 74 

Town Meetings, Special 93, 96, 99 

Treasurer's Report 143 



INDEX TO TOWN ACCOUNTANTS REPORT 



Accountant's Statement 146 

Analysis of Light Department Account 201 

Balance Sheets 184, 196, 197, 198, 203, 204 

Deferred Revenue 193 

Excess and Deficiency 199 

Federal Revenue Sharing Funds 182 

Group Health Insurance Trust 197 

Housing Rehabilitation Program (HUD) 203 

Indebtedness Account 200 

Payments 154 

Receipts 147 

Reserve Fund 199 

Retirement Account 198 

Statement of Appropriation 205 

Trust and Investment Funds 204 



EMERGENCY NUMBERS 

POLICE or Ambulance 245-1212 

FIRE Rescue or Inhalator 245-1313 



Your Town Government 

Assessors 245-0310 

Board of Health 245-6529 

Collector of Taxes 245-2035 

Veterans' Services 245-1504 

Board of Selectmen 245-8877 

Town Clerk 245-1290 

Town Accountant 245-8877 

Town Counsel, 4 Avon St. 245-4999 

Town Treasurer, 11 Albion St. 245-2588 

Building Inspector — wire, plumbing 245-0703 

Civil Defense 245-3887 

Fire Department, Crescent St. (non-emergency) 245-6877 

Memorial Library, Main St. 245-0790 

Municipal Light Department, 9 Albion St. 245-0027 

Police Department, 1 Union St. 245-1212 

Public Works Department 245-2802 

Emergency Water and Sewer 245-0761 

Retirement Board 245-8877 

School Department 245-6307 

Personnel Department 246-2422 

Data Processing Department 245-1444 

Dog Officer 233-5749 

Council on Aging, 26 Crescent St. 245-3312 

Wakefield Housing Authority, 26 Crescent St. 245-7328 



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